What Are the Possible Effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are common in car accidents due to the force of the impact of a collision, as well as objects inside and outside of the vehicle that can deliver a blow to the head. Vehicle occupants, motorcyclists, bicyclists, and pedestrians are all at risk, and the effects can be severe. If you have suffered a TBI in a car crash or any other situation involving another person’s negligence, a personal injury lawsuit can [...]

2022-07-29T15:15:14+00:00January 26, 2021|Wisconsin Brain Injury Attorney|

Causes and Treatments of a Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury can come as a result of a blow or puncture to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain. These injuries can range from mild to severe and even fatal, and TBIs are the cause of an estimated 2.8 billion emergency room visits per year and nearly 50, 000 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Also according to the CDC, [...]

2018-06-21T09:17:00+00:00June 21, 2018|Wisconsin Brain Injury Attorney|

Could ADHD Medication Improve Cognitive Outcomes for TBI Sufferers?

Traumatic brain injury is one of the most common accident-related injuries in America, affecting some 1.7 million people each year. Many will ultimately recover from their injuries, but others will have persistent or long-term complications, including cognitive issues. Scientists now believe that an ADHD medication may help. Learn more about this treatment, and discover what you can do if a brain injury has happened to you or a loved one, [...]

2017-07-14T09:55:00+00:00July 14, 2017|Wisconsin Brain Injury Attorney|

Signs and Symptoms of Long-Term Traumatic Brain Injury

Although most traumatic brain injury victims recover in a matter of weeks or months, others may suffer from long-term or even lifelong complications. What is most concerning about this is that the victim may not be fully aware of the continued trauma. Instead, they may simply assume that their prolonged symptoms are unconnected. Sadly, if that same sufferer is also a victim in a personal injury case, their lack of [...]

2017-06-06T08:55:00+00:00June 6, 2017|Wisconsin Brain Injury Attorney|

Practicing Yoga May Help You Recover from a Traumatic Brain Injury

Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicate that at least 1.7 million people suffer from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year. The majority of those sufferers (about 1.365 million) are treated and then released to heal. Unfortunately, this healing process can take weeks, and sometimes months. Over that time, the individual may be unable to work or enjoy the activities they normally do. Some claim that [...]

2017-01-04T09:43:00+00:00January 4, 2017|Green Bay Personal Injury Attorney|

Young Adults Who Suffer from a TBI May Be at an Increased Risk for Criminal Activity

Because they are more likely to experience an automobile accident than older drivers, teens and young adults are also more likely to suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI). While most do fully recover, for some, the injury can result in long-term consequences, such as a diminished ability to work, complete school work, or concentrate. Now a new study suggests that teens and young adults with traumatic brain injuries may also [...]

2016-12-06T09:14:00+00:00December 6, 2016|Wisconsin Brain Injury Attorney|

Study: Concussions During Childhood Can Have Serious and Lasting Effects

Children are often thought of as resilient, but the truth is that, just like adults, children can suffer serious and lasting injuries. In fact, one recent study found that traumatic brain injuries (TBI) experienced during childhood may increase the child’s risk for social and psychological problems during adulthood. Though not likely to occur in all children who suffer a TBI, this risk is significant enough that parents should be aware [...]

2016-09-13T09:18:00+00:00September 13, 2016|Appleton Personal Injury Attorney|

Recovering for a Traumatic Brain Injury

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an average of 1.7 million individuals suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) on an annual basis in the United States and require medical treatment. Of those TBI victims, an estimated 275, 000 require extended hospitalization. Nearly 52, 000 do not survive. Even if a victim does survive, he or she may require extensive treatment for injuries sustained—injuries which can greatly [...]

2015-05-19T07:00:22+00:00May 19, 2015|Appleton Personal Injury Attorney|
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