Brain injury lawyers

Understanding Brain Injury Claims: Glossary of Brain Injury Terms

June 18, 2013

If you’re looking to make a claim for a brain injury that you or someone close to you has sustained then you will need to understand basic brain injury terms. Doctors and lawyers tend to throw around complicated terms that you may not fully understand, which could hinder your claim. Here’s a collection of definitions […]

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How to Handle a Brain Injury Lawsuit When Your Cognitive Ability is Impaired

December 25, 2012

Cognitive ability refers to the way a person reacts and processes things which are going on around them – basically, it is one’s ability to think. Cognition is used in almost everything a person does from moving their hand to answering questions on a hard test. Cognitive ability involves the following functions:       […]

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4 Ways Lawyers Can Help Family Members after a Brain Injury

October 2, 2012

After a brain injury, families are left with a unique responsibility to help their loved one cope and adapt to a new life. Lawyers quickly become a trusted resource for families specially a family lawyer. This post will discuss how a lawyer can go above and beyond to help family members cope after an accident […]

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Effects of Brain Injuries

August 14, 2012

A head injury will almost always affect the brain. Through a nerve system, the brain controls physical actions, thoughts and emotions. A head injury can stop such actions, which is why its effect can be so devastating. Each and every year, 1,000,000 people visit UK hospitals with a brain injury. In 85 of these cases, […]

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New Study Shows Even Mild Head Injury Can Result in Significant Brain Abnormalities

May 14, 2012

A new study suggests that even a mild head injury can cause significant problems in brain function. This latest study supports earlier research which has suggested that even seemingly mild cases of traumatic brain injury (TBI) can lead to long-lasting neurological problems, including confusion, chronic headaches, depression, loss of cognitive function and symptoms of post-traumatic […]

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Concussions, Brain Injury Claims and the NHL

April 23, 2012

Below is a guest personal injury article regarding concussions, brain injury claims and the NHL. One of the worrying factors that the NHL seems to be unable to control is the high number of concussions and brain injuries that the players sustain during the games. For the first time, the league disclosed the fact that […]

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