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Understanding the Common Causes of TBI

Contributing to over 30% of all injury-related deaths, traumatic brain injury (TBI) is among the leading causes of disability and death in the country. People who survive traumatic brain injuries may suffer from after effects that may last a few weeks to disabilities that may stay with them for the rest of their lives. Some common effects of TBI include impaired movement, cognitive abilities, emotional functioning, and sensation. The Different Types of TBI Depending on the source of trauma, TBIs fall into two categories: Closed Head Injuries: ... Read more

How To Gather Evidence For Proving Traumatic Brain Injuries

According to the Centers for Disease Control, over 1.7 million suffer from TBI each year, in which 275,000 are hospitalized, 52,000 die, and over 80% of them are treated in an emergency department and released. In 80% of the cases, patients after receiving treatment from the ER appear quite normal because the symptoms of TBI mostly surface after several weeks after the accident. This makes it difficult to prove that the accident caused the brain injury. But an experienced TBI attorney knows how to prove that the injury has occurred and hold the... Read more

TBI Due To Auto Accidents

Did you know that over 2 million Americans experience traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 14.3% TBIs are caused by traffic accidents, which make up about 286,000 car crashes. However, this figure doesn’t account for those brain injuries that are diagnosed when a certain period has passed after an accident. Concussion/mild TBI is also known as a silent epidemic because a lot of people do not attribute it as a brain injury, and do not pay much heed to it. In reality, it is ... Read more

Traumatic Brain Injuries

A person who has had significant damage to the brain can suffer from permanent disability or death, and the number of people who are victimized by traumatic brain injuries is substantial. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 1.7 million people suffer from traumatic brain injury (TBI), of which over 50,000 die. This makes TBI account for more than 30 percent of all injury-related deaths in the United States. To make matters worse, seeking compensation for TBI is also difficult unless you have an experience... Read more

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