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Brain Injuries

The brain stem is arguably the body’s most critical area. It connects the brain to the spinal cord, allowing complex signals to travel from the brain throughout the body. Additionally, the brain stem controls critical life-sustaining functions such as breathing, heartbeat, and swallowing. Serious brain stem injuries often result in…

Traumatic brain injuries can happen to anyone. From suffering concussions on the football field to experiencing life-altering head trauma after car accidents, brain injuries manifest in various ways. Some patients recover within a week, while others suffer from permanent disabilities. Unfortunately, many claimants struggle to recognize the symptoms of mild…

After seemingly minor head trauma, accident victims often minimize their symptoms to avoid emergency room visits. Many patients initially diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) never lose consciousness and, as a result, assume they don’t need advanced medical testing or treatment. This is a mistake. Even seemingly mild brain…

The human brain still baffles scientists. Consisting of 86 billion nerve cells creating one quadrillion connections, even minor brain trauma can damage billions of essential neurons. Patients diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBI)—commonly presenting with nausea, confusion, and headaches—may still suffer from potentially long-term or fatal complications after the…

When you or a loved one suffers a brain injury in an accident, it can have both a short and long-term impact on life. Not only will the injury affect your ability to work, but it will also keep the injured person from living and enjoying their life. Some of…

Blunt force trauma to the head is one of the most frequent reasons for visiting the emergency room. If you or a loved one has sustained a head injury in an accident, you can receive financial compensation in a lawsuit. If you even suspect that you have suffered any head…

As the body’s control center, the brain works constantly. From producing dreams to signaling hunger, the brain function requires a continuous oxygen supply. It only takes four minutes without oxygen for the brain to start dying. Acquired traumatic brain injuries occur when outside forces, such as strangulation, or medical conditions,…

The human brain contains over 80 billion neurons forming nearly one quadrillion neurological connections. The brain’s complexities continuously baffle scientists, as do the varying effects of head trauma. From blindness and memory loss to irritability and depression, brain injuries sustained in falls, car accidents, recreational activities, or assaults often cause…

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