Traumatic Brain Injury and Your Risk of Depression

Each year, approximately 1.7 million people experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI). All are at risk for long-term complications and symptoms, including changes affecting sensation, emotions, thinking, and language. Studies have also indicated that at least 25 percent of all victims are at risk of developing major depressive disorder (MDD). If you or someone you love has suffered a concussion, understand what this risk means for your life, your treatment, [...]

2016-08-02T10:36:00+00:00August 2, 2016|Green Bay Personal Injury Attorney|

Common Causes of TBIs

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can have a substantially adverse effect on a victim's life and symptoms may hinder physical and cognitive abilities for an extended period of time. Additionally, repeated concussions or other types of TBIs can lead to the early onset of serious mental conditions including Alzheimer's disease or dementia. TBIs can occur in a wide variety of ways, many of which involve the negligence of another party. If you [...]

2015-08-04T07:00:07+00:00August 4, 2015|Appleton Personal Injury Attorney|

Kids Can be Injured at Summer Camp

According to the American Camp Association, an estimated 10 million children attend either day camps or sleep-away camps every summer in the United States. While camps can be fun and rewarding social activities, they also open children up to several different risks of injuries. Some of these common injuries are a result of the following accidents. Collisions and Falls  Camp often involves numerous types of activities on a daily basis, [...]

2015-07-23T07:00:21+00:00July 23, 2015|Wisconsin Personal Injury Lawyer|
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