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Can You Sue for Losing Vision or Hearing After an Accident?

Can You Sue for Losing Vision or Hearing After an Accident?

Accidents can be life-altering events. Among the various injuries that can occur after an accident, vision and hearing loss are particularly devastating—they’re considered “catastrophic injuries.” If you or a loved one has experienced vision or hearing problems due to someone else’s negligence, it’s crucial to understand your legal rights and options for seeking compensation. Causes...Continue reading
Long-Term Effects of Burn Injuries

Long-Term Effects of Burn Injuries

Serious burns don’t simply leave scars. Burn victims frequently have lifelong complications. This study, which examined the long-term effects of serious burns, reports that burns “may have long lasting impact…with persisting problems related to scarring, contractures, weakness, thermoregulation, itching, pain, sleep, body image and psychosocial wellbeing. In addition to the direct consequences of the burn,...Continue reading
New Research Shows Memory Function May Be Restored After a TBI

New Research Shows Memory Function May Be Restored After a TBI

Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, can wreak havoc on how your brain functions. When you’re injured in an accident and suffer a TBI, you could suffer a number of different side effects. These include problems with cognitive, communication and executive functions, like creating and recalling memories. It looks like there may be some hope on...Continue reading
child burn injuries increased during covid-19

Child Burn Injuries Have Doubled During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Catastrophic injuries can vary in type and severity, but many burn injuries can lead to severe disabilities and disfigurement. Children are often at particular risk of sustaining burn injuries from coming into contact with scalding water, cooking devices, heating devices, and other household objects. During the winter months when the temperatures drop, those risks tend...Continue reading
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10 Things to Know About Catastrophic Injuries

Suffering a catastrophic injury is one of the most devastating things that can happen in a person’s life. If another party caused your injury, I want to help you seek the financial compensation you deserve. In the meantime, here are 10 things you should know about catastrophic injuries. There are Many Different Kinds of Catastrophic...Continue reading
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Five Things You Should Know About Brain Injury Claims

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are often devastating. These catastrophic injuries can make it difficult or impossible for people to return to work in a full or even a limited capacity, and these injuries can change the course of someone’s life for the worse. I want to make sure we hold the responsible party accountable for...Continue reading

Common Accidental Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Many different kinds of actions and omissions can result in another person suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Every year, hundreds of thousands of people sustain TBIs. As the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) explain, some of these TBIs are considered to be “mild,” yet...Continue reading

Concussions — Ohio Catastrophic Injury Attorney

Injury victims can suffer many different kinds of catastrophic injuries that can affect their everyday lives and long-term well-being. Concussions are one particular kind of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Sometimes concussions can have immediate debilitating consequences, and in some cases they may result in life-threatening consequences years after a person suffers an initial hit to...Continue reading

Five Things to Know About Columbus, OH Sports-Related Concussions

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can vary greatly in terms of their severity. A concussion is one type of mild TBI. As you may know, concussions are much too common in contact sports, especially in football, hockey, soccer, cheerleading, and other sports. Whether you play a contact sport or you have a child athlete on a...Continue reading
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