Three General Categories of Brain Injury Symptoms

Minnesota Brain Injury Lawyers & Attorneys Suffering a brain injury is always a serious matter. Even a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) can lead to persistent symptoms that impair people’s health and diminish their quality of life. According to a fact sheet from the CDC, roughly 1.7 million people suffer a TBI each year in… Read more »

Symptoms, Causes, & Results of a Traumatic Brain Injury

According to the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance, each year over 4,000 people in Minnesota end up hospitalized due to a traumatic brain injury, and approximately 100,000 people in Minnesota are currently disabled because of a brain injury. If you have suffered a brain injury due the negligent behavior of another, you may be entitled to compensation under the… Read more »

The Importance of Neuropsychological Testing for Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injuries In addition to controlling the functioning of the human body’s basic systems such as, digestion, heart rate, breathing, hormones and the immune system, the brain controls everything that a person does, thinks or says. When one sustains a brain injury, that person’s physical and mental abilities, as well as his or her… Read more »

Brain Injury Research Demonstrates Potential Of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

The most common causes of severe head injuries are motor vehicle accidents, falls and violence. Recent research suggests that hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) may advance the healing process in some patients with traumatic brain injuries. Most people think of HBOT as a potentially life-saving therapy for scuba divers suffering from “the bends.” However, evidence is… Read more »

Understanding Post-Concussive Syndrome

A car crash can be a scary experience. Perhaps you see the other vehicle coming directly at you, but there is nothing you can do to prevent the crash. Maybe the other driver hit you from behind, and you did not see the crash coming at all. Maybe things happened so quickly you are not… Read more »

Suit Alleges Snapchat To Blame For Brain Injury

A September 2015 crash in suburban Atlanta has focused attention on the role of smart phone use in distracting driving. The two-vehicle wreck in Hampton, Georgia left a 47-year-old motorist with a brain injury. In April 2016, attorneys for the man filed suit against Snapchat, alleging that its “speed” filter led a young Mercedes motorist to drive… Read more »