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Different Legal Approaches for Different Kinds of Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries and Acquired Brain Injuries affect about 2.5 million Americans every year. These injuries kill about 50,000 of these victims, and a significant number of these individuals die within two hours.

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Top Five Causes of Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries kill about 50,000 Americans every year. These injuries are permanent. Once brain cells die, they never regenerate. Doctors may be unable to cure TBIs, but they can treat them. A combination of surgery and physical therapy usually helps victims live normal lives after their injuries.

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What is the Difference Between Acquired Brain Injuries and Traumatic Brain Injuries?

Medical bills from brain injuries can often exceed $100,000. But these staggering costs, which may not be covered by health insurance, only account for a portion of an injured person’s damages.

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Top Three Causes of Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries send about three million people to hospital emergency rooms every year. A significant number of these individuals are treated and released. Often, that is because doctors do not recognize head injury symptoms. Or, they misinterpret the symptoms as shock from an accident, early-onset dementia, or something else.

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Collecting Compensation for a Head Injury

Head injuries are some of the most common and serious injuries suffered by car accident victims. Although the side effects of a head injury depend on the severity of the trauma as well as the area of the brain that sustained the majority of the damage, victims generally suffer from headaches, dizziness, and even memory […]

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The Effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury Can Be Lifelong

Simply stated, Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) are unique. These injuries are quite unlike other types of injuries, and not just because of the high fatality rate. Other physical wounds, such as broken bones, may eventually heal, given time and treatment, but a traumatic brain injury is often permanent because once brain cells die, they never […]

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Can A TBI Occur Without Loss of Consciousness, and Why Is A Loss of Consciousness Sometimes Not Identified in EMS or ER Records?

With any blow to the head or body, there is a risk of a concussion (a/k/a mild traumatic brain injury or mild TBI). While a mild TBI can occur with a loss of consciousness, they can also occur without a loss of consciousness. A mild TBI is defined as a traumatic brain injury accompanied by […]

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I Didn’t Hit My Head – How Do I Still Have a Concussion?

It is possible to suffer from a concussion without ever experiencing an impact to your head.  A concussion may be caused not only by a direct injury to your head, but also by a whip-lash type injury that causes your head and brain to shake quickly back and forth.  It may be from a fall […]

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Even Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries Are Linked to Increased Risk of Dementia

While the connection between traumatic brain injuries and an increased risk of dementia has long been established, a recent study done on a statistically significant group of veterans now demonstrates that even a mild traumatic brain injury – namely a brain injury that does not result in a loss of consciousness – will increase a […]

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What Are the Symptoms of a “Mild” Traumatic Brain Injury?

A Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the result of either a direct impact to the head or an impact to the body causing whiplash to the brain. It is a common injury in car accidents and slip and fall accidents and is sometimes accompanied by a loss of consciousness or period of confusion that lasts […]

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