The Long Term Effects Of A Florida Brain Injury

By |2018-05-23T09:05:39-07:00May 25th, 2018|Personal Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury|

A new study suggests that young children who sustain a brain injury are three times more likely to have chronic health issues by their middle school years. Brains in young kids are developing functions like executive functioning, organizational skills, and independence, explained lead researcher Dr. Megan Narad. Interference with this critical development causes problems that

‘Surreal’ Incident On Florida Softball Diamond

By |2018-02-05T10:53:15-08:00February 9th, 2018|Personal Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury|

Even though he initially appeared to be recovering, a 37-year-old man died after he took a line drive to the head while pitching in a recreational softball game. The 37-year-old man passed away on Christmas Day 2017, about two weeks after the game. Though he was unconscious at the scene and he had to be

Is Intensive Rehabilitation The Best Brain Injury Treatment?

By |2017-10-27T05:38:37-07:00October 27th, 2017|Personal Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury|

Over 80 percent of servicemembers who sustain a combat-related Traumatic Brain Injury might be able to hold either a civilian or military job after they receive extensive physical therapy, according to a recent UK study. In fact, some are even able to return to full-time active duty. The study, which examined employment records of brain

Researchers Scrutinize Childhood Brain Injuries

By |2017-07-12T10:52:37-07:00July 14th, 2017|Personal Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury|

Scientists once believed that young children could recuperate rather quickly from brain injuries, but the evidence now indicates otherwise. A study from the Monash University School of Psychological Sciences concluded that even moderate brain injuries among children caused anxiety, depression and other symptoms more than a decade after the trauma occurred. These effects are well-chronicled