Category: Brain Injuries

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A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is always devastating for the individual who suffers the injury. These injuries tend to affect a person’s moods, daily living skills, and the ability to hold a job. Relationships are drastically changed, as the person with the brain injury sometimes cannot manage the same responsibilities.

Determining the extent of a disability can be difficult. Though there are a variety of tests, including physical, mental, emotional, and neurological benchmarks, figuring out the exact limitations for any particular person is still an arduous process, particularly for the person being assessed. Being put through a battery of assessments

More than five million Americans have suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury. For those whose injuries took place prior to their eighteenth birthday, there are a variety of services available in most states. For those whose injuries occurred later in life, there are typically fewer options. People who have suffered a

Whenever you are in a car accident or suffer a traumatic injury at the workplace, there are those who think you weren’t hurt badly enough, or who think you are faking it. Unless you lose a limb or break your back, some people will doubt whether you were actually badly

We have all seen the physical devastation wrought by terrible accidents. We have all seen people with horrible scars, people in wheelchairs, people racked by pain on an hourly basis. We are all very familiar with these awful outcomes. But all of these are just the tip of the iceberg

Accidents of all kinds account for an enormous number of brain injuries and head trauma annually. Head injuries in any form are dangerous and potentially fatal, and fully devastating for all involved. Recovering from a brain injury could be next to impossible, as traumatic brain injuries still cause researchers and