Signs of a Traumatic Brain Injury
Posted in Brain Injury on April 18, 2022
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the most serious forms of damage that a person can sustain. The brain is one of the most important organs in the body, and any damage to the head could lead to lasting complications. Symptoms of TBI can vary from person to person. However, there are some… read more
How Serious Are Repetitive Stress Injuries?
Posted in Brain Injury on April 4, 2022
A repetitive stress injury occurs when you repeat the same movement over and over again. As a result, the affected body part suffers strain as time goes on. When you develop a repetitive stress injury, you can experience serious pain that can impact your daily activities and quality of life. Many people experience repetitive stress… read more
What Is Post-Traumatic Amnesia?
Posted in Brain Injury on March 22, 2022
Post-traumatic amnesia is a medical condition that occurs immediately after a traumatic brain injury (TBI). During this state of confusion, the victim may experience a temporary loss of memory and severe disorientation. If you experience post-traumatic amnesia after an accident, you can experience difficulties while filing an insurance claim or lawsuit. In these situations, it… read more
Will That Settlement Offer Cover the Long-Term Cost of Paralysis?
Posted in Brain Injury on March 3, 2022
The long-term cost of paralysis can exceed hundreds of thousands of dollars. It can be difficult for the average person to pay for all of the expenses associated with a spinal cord injury, from medical care and disability accommodations to specialty treatments like rehabilitation and occupational therapy. If you are filing an insurance claim or… read more
The Relationship Between Brain Injury and Stroke
Posted in Brain Injury on March 1, 2022
The brain is the command center of the human body. This vital organ is responsible for controlling memory, movement, concentration, learning, motor skills, and many other important functions. Any injury to the brain can result in life-altering consequences and long-term complications. Medical experts believe that there is a link between brain injury and stroke, a… read more
Herniated Disc C4/C5 and C5/C6 Injuries
Posted in Brain Injury on September 8, 2021
Spinal injuries can be very serious. Depending on the severity and location of the injury, this type of damage can lead to chronic pain, paralysis, loss of sensation, and other complications. One of the most common types of spinal injuries are herniated discs, which often occur between the C4/C5 and the C5/C6 vertebrae. If you… read more
The Dangers of Spinal Cord Stimulator
Posted in Brain Injury on September 6, 2021
All surgical procedures carry a certain amount of risk, such as blood clots, allergic reactions, and infection. It is the responsibility of the surgeon to inform a patient of these risks and take necessary steps to prevent patient injury. However, one procedure known as spinal cord stimulation carries certain dangers that could lead to severe… read more
How Long Does It Take to Recover from Traumatic Brain Injury?
Posted in Brain Injury,Lawsuit on August 14, 2019
Whether you fell from a roof or hit your head during a car accident, any damage to your head requires immediate medical attention. Our brain is one of the most important organs in our body, and damage to the brain can lead to damaging, lifelong effects. Recovering from a traumatic brain injury can take a… read more
Everything You Need to Know About Talk & Die Syndrome
Posted in Brain Injury on October 24, 2018
Talk and die syndrome is an epithet physicians and neurologists use for an epidural hematoma. An epidural hematoma is a closed traumatic head injury in which blood accumulates between the dural membrane and the skull. Traumatic head injuries can cause epidural hematoma, but victims may not notice any immediate symptoms. While a minor skull fracture… read more
What is Second Impact Syndrome?
Posted in Brain Injury on May 29, 2017
Second impact syndrome (SIS) occurs when someone sustains a second head injury when the first head injury hasn’t fully healed. SIS typically involves athletes who return to the field while still suffering post-concussive symptoms after injury but it can also occur in those who have been in a car accident or any other related collision…. read more