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Adjusting After a Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) occur when someone experiences a violent blow or jolt to the head or body. These are often caused by falls, car accidents, and serious sports injuries. TBIs can also occur when an object penetrates the brain tissue. Gunshot wounds, combat injuries, and other types of violent acts can cause these types Read More »

Who is Liable in a Catastrophic Injury?

A catastrophic injury can significantly affect a person’s physical body, cognitive status, ability to work, and their independence. This type of injury commonly requires emergency care, hospitalization, surgery, and ongoing physical or cognitive rehabilitation, and can result in temporary or permanent disability. Catastrophic injuries are likely to limit a victim’s earning potential or prohibit them Read More »

Brain Injury due to Car Accident

A car accident can lead to serious and sometimes catastrophic injuries. One of the most devastating injuries that can result from a car accident is a brain injury.  Some brain injuries are minor and resolve over time, but others are more serious and can result in permanent disability. There are several different types of brain Read More »

What is a Catastrophic Injury?

The difference between a minor, severe, and catastrophic injury is determined by the level of disability suffered by an individual. A catastrophic injury is so severe that it may leave the victim permanently disabled and unable to work again. A catastrophic injury can impede a person’s mobility, their cognitive skills, and result in sensory loss, Read More »


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