Blog Posts in 2018

  • The Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

    Motorcycles can be a challenging, and even dangerous, mode of transportation. Motorcyclists are far more likely to suffer severe or fatal injuries in an accident since there is little protection for them. Like all accidents, motorcycle accidents can be prevented, especially when we understand common causes. Here are some of the most frequent situations that lead to a motorcyclist. Unsafe Lane ...
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  • How To Prevent Motorcycle Accidents

    Even for experienced riders, the road can be a dangerous place. Safety should be a priority for every rider, especially since motorcyclists are far more likely to be seriously injured in an accident that drivers are. Many of these accidents are preventable, however, with appropriate caution and education. Here are some things you can do to protect yourself when riding. Wear a Helmet While it is ...
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  • Childhood Brain Injuries: What To Expect

    Brain injuries are the leading cause of disability and death for children and adolescents in the U.S. The two age groups at the greatest risk for brain injuries are children ages 0-4 years old and teens ages 15-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) . If your child has sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you may be wondering what to expect. Difficulties of a ...
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  • Brain Injuries & Memory Loss

    Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can greatly change the life of a victim, and may leave them with vastly different cognitive abilities. One heavily affected ability is memory. TBIs can affect the parts of the brain responsible for learning and accessing stored memories, which can cause memory loss or difficulty forming new memories. Commonly, these differences are seen when a TBI victim struggles to ...
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