How to Prove Traumatic Brain Injury to Skeptical Juries and Insurance Adjusters

Traumatic brain injury from car accidents is often difficult for lawyers to prove, as many people with brain injury appear “normal.” Yet they have a multitude of serious symptoms that can evolve and worsen over time, says attorney Steven M. Gursten, of Farmington Hills-based Michigan Auto Law.But it’s important for injury lawyers to understand how… Read More How to Prove Traumatic Brain Injury to Skeptical Juries and Insurance Adjusters

Traumatic Brain Injury Could Result in Homelessness?

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) could result in homelessness, according to a recent study. A recent study revealed a connection between homelessness and TBI. Researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, Canada discovered that half of their study participants had sustained at least one TBI, with 87 percent of the injuries occurring before the men lost their… Read More Traumatic Brain Injury Could Result in Homelessness?

New Research Shows Half of All Homeless Have Suffered Traumatic Brain Injury

Half of America’s homeless have suffered a brain injury—87 percent of those before they lost their homes. How a new study could give new insight into what causes homelessness.Rates of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) have spiked sharply over the past few years, with the combined number of people visiting the emergency room, being hospitalized, and… Read More New Research Shows Half of All Homeless Have Suffered Traumatic Brain Injury

Flood Law Group Now Representing Athletes Who Have Suffered Traumatic Brain Injury

Flood Law Group, a nationally respected personal injury litigation firm, represents athletes who believe they have suffered from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) during school sponsored athletic events. There have been several notable lawsuits in the news recently, originating from both NFL (Seattle Times, 1/14/14 – US District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania MDL No. 2323)… Read More Flood Law Group Now Representing Athletes Who Have Suffered Traumatic Brain Injury

Could a ‘Trojan horse’ better identify traumatic brain injury?

Accurately diagnosing traumatic brain injuries and concussions is difficult, as standard CT or MRI scans can’t see most changes to the brain caused by these injuries.Clinicians must rely on patients accurately and candidly describing their symptoms, which many patients – such as soldiers and athletes – are hesitant to do for fear of being removed… Read More Could a ‘Trojan horse’ better identify traumatic brain injury?