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Category: Injuries

Breaking down the Glasgow Coma Scale

The fear that you feel after a family member or close friend sustains a traumatic brain injury often comes from simply not knowing what to expect for them going forward. You want to know whether they will recover, and to what degree, and what sort of support they will need.

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What is the pain and suffering multiplier?

It is not uncommon for victims of catastrophic accidents and their family members to experience emotional duress and physical pain following the adverse incident. The law accounts for this special type of damage by allowing courts to compensate individuals for “pain and suffering.” Pain and suffering is highly subjective and

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Motorcycle crashes, handlebars and serious injuries

When a motorcycle collision takes place, victims suffer injuries in different ways. Some crashes eject people from their motorcycles, while others sustain serious injuries due to the impact of a much larger vehicle. Motorcycle accidents are unique for different reasons. Not only are motorcyclists more vulnerable in traffic accidents, but

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Traumatic brain injuries: What you should know

Traumatic brain injuries affect millions of Americans every year. Approximately 1.5 million people receive traumatic brain injuries annually, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those cases, 50,000 people die, 230,000 are hospitalized and 80,000 to 90,000 people experience long-term disabilities due to the injury. TBIs can cause

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How can I help my husband after a spinal cord injury?

Anyone involved in a serious car crash realizes how quickly everything can change. If your husband has suffered a spinal cord injury, your lives are likely on hold. The whole family may feel the effects.  You are no doubt dealing with a mountain of medical bills. At the same time,

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