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Category: Brain Injuries

How are Traumatic Brain Injuries Considered Catastrophic Injuries?

A catastrophic injury is one that is detrimental and long-lasting or permanent. These injuries differ from typical personal injuries because of the harm and damage they inflict on individuals. For an injury to be defined as catastrophic, it must be more complex than simple bruising or a sprained ankle. Traumatic brain injuries, often referred to as TBI, are a prominent

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Construction Workers and Job Safety

Construction workers make up a huge part of the American workforce. Projects such as building construction, bridge construction, and demolitions employ hundreds of workers per site. While there are federal standards in place to keep construction workers safe, these types of job sites continue to be high-risk areas. Two workers die every day on U.S. construction sites, and more deaths

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18-WHEELER ACCIDENTS IN TEXAS

There are over 24 million registered vehicles on Texas roads today, but that doesn’t include the hundreds of thousands of commercial vehicles and 18-wheeler trucks that travel in our rural areas and major highways. Professional truck drivers undergo tough training, and there are state and federal laws in place to ensure those drivers operate their trucks in a safe manner. Unfortunately, accidents can still

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“Hidden” Injuries After a Car Accident

Being involved in a car accident can be a traumatic event for everyone involved. Minor fender-benders to major collisions can cause major property damage and serious injuries, both for drivers and passengers. But did you know that many times serious accident injuries take hours, days, or even weeks to show up? This is why it is important to seek medical

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Child and Adolescent Sports Injuries

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, more than 38 million children and adolescents participate in organized sports and/or outdoor activities. Out of those 38 million, more than 3 million children are injured each year. Of the few million injured American children, more than 775,000 are treated in emergency rooms for sports-related injuries. Children ages 5 to 14 account for

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