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What Happens Immediately After A Brain Injury

To help you understand what happens in the immediate aftermath of a brain injury, we must first explain what traumatic brain injury (TBI) is and how it happens. Put in the simplest terms, TBI is a term used to describe the harm done to brain tissue or loss of brain tissue caused by a blow […]

The Facts About TBI

When most of us hear about serious or catastrophic injuries, two things usually come to mind. The first is a spinal injury that results in partial or total paralysis. The second is a head injury that affects brain function. This type of head injury is known as traumatic brain injury or TBI, and is generally […]

Brain Injuries

How do you know if a head injury is serious? You should contact your doctor if you experience anything worse than a light bump on the head. If you remain alert, able to respond, can move normally, and aren’t displaying symptoms of brain trauma than your injury is likely not serious. However, a severe enough […]

Differences in Back Pain

Back pain is a very real hurdle that many people face. It can range from a constant dull ache to a debilitating pain that makes it difficult to perform daily functions and responsibilities. Anyone at any age can experience back pain, factors that impact your chances are age, weight, physical activities, smoking, and pre-existing conditions […]

Learn the Signs and Common Symptoms of Head Trauma

Head trauma is one of the most serious injuries a person can incur. Left unchecked, head trauma can lead to permanent brain damage or even death. Traumatic brain injuries often occur from accidents, including car crashes, bicycle accidents, and accidents on construction sites. If you or a loved one has suffered from head trauma, you […]

Can a Head Injury Cause Epilepsy

Yes. Trauma can definitely cause epilepsy. When most people think of epilepsy, they think of a genetic condition. Genetics do impact the likelihood that a person will suffer from epilepsy. Many people are born with the condition, due either to genetics or pre-natal injury such as oxygen deprivation in the womb or during the birth […]

The Role of Violence in New York Brain Injury Cases

When you hear “traumatic brain injury” (TBI), you probably think about events like falls, car accidents and construction accidents. Those incidents are, in fact, the cause of many New York brain injuries. In fact, falls are the number one reason New Yorkers in all age groups except 15-24 are hospitalized for traumatic brain injuries. However, […]

Brain Injury and Depression

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs in many ways, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and falls. Most people know that TBI can cause cognitive impairment, which may be mild to severe. And, since the brain is the command center for the body it probably comes as no surprise that a brain injury can also cause a […]

A New York Brain Injury Attorney Can Be Your Best Resource

Medically, brain injuries are classified as “mild,” “moderate,” or “severe.” However, that terminology can be misleading, as even a brain injury classified as “mild” can have significant, even lifelong, effects. Because some symptoms and deficits associated with brain injuries are difficult to quantify and are not necessarily immediately apparent, it can be difficult to secure […]

Signs of Head Trauma

Head trauma is one of the most serious injuries a person can incur. Left unchecked, head trauma can lead to permanent brain damage or even death. Traumatic brain injuries often occur from accidents, including car crashes, bicycle accidents, and accidents on construction sites. If you or a loved one has suffered from head trauma, you […]