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Accidents & Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injury

When you have suffered a traumatic brain injury as the result of an accident, the consequences can be serious and life-long. According to a March 2015 CDC report, there are approximately 2.5 million traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in the United States every year. Victims of TBIs may find it difficult to get answers and find all the […]

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Who is at fault in a multiple car accident?

Multi-Car Accident Who is at fault

Earlier this year, a driver on the Congress Expressway, who was apparently having a medical emergency, slammed into the back of a pick-up truck before running into several other vehicles. The pick-up driver was killed. Eleven individuals were injured, seven of them hospitalized in serious or critical condition. A total of eight cars were involved. […]

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Pedestrian Accidents and Compensation

Pedestrian Accidents

On average, a pedestrian was killed every two hours and injured every seven minutes in traffic crashes. Fourteen percent of all traffic fatalities and an estimated 3 percent of those injured in traffic crashes were pedestrians.” (Traffic Safety Facts: Pedestrians, April 2014). US Dept of Transportation, National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. Chicago is a great […]

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Sexual Abuse and Harassment Lawsuits

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An avalanche of sexual assault and harassment claims have tumbled across the country. A stunning number of people, mostly women, have recounted their stories of sexual abuse and harassment at the hands of, mostly men, in some position of power. The #MeToo movement has become the story of the past year in US society. Time […]

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Traumatic Brain Injuries Can Be Life-Threatening

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The recent movie Concussion is based on the true story of a doctor in a coroner’s office who determined that former professional football player, ”Iron” Mike Webster, suffered and died from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Webster played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. CTE is a traumatic brain injury caused by repeated blows to the head. The […]

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