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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Settlements in Texas: What Can I Get?

Posted on October 5, 2022 Brain Injury
A blow to the head can cause serious injuries, including a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Traumatic brain injuries resulted in roughly 223,000 hospitalizations in 2019. And many more were treated in an emergency department, primary care, and urgent care setting. If someone else’s negligence caused you or a loved one to sustain a mild...
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Can You Still Suffer a Brain Injury While Wearing a Bike Helmet?

Posted on April 19, 2022 Brain Injury
Riding a bike in Texas can come with significant injury risks. As a biker, you are vulnerable to serious and life-threatening injuries in a traffic accident. This includes traumatic brain injuries from striking your head or skull on the pavement. Although Texas does not have a universal bicycle helmet requirement, wearing one could save...
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Can I File a Brain Injury Claim on Behalf of a Loved One?

Posted on February 17, 2022 Brain Injury
Brain injuries are often catastrophic, meaning they have an extreme, permanent or life-changing effect on a victim. In many cases, a brain injury survivor does not have the mental capacity to understand his or her rights or take on a process as challenging and demanding as a brain injury lawsuit. This is why Texas...
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Can I Recover Compensation for a Hypoxic Brain Injury?

Posted on November 19, 2021 Brain Injury
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a hypoxic brain injury, don't hesitate to contact an attorney in Dallas for a free initial legal consultation. You may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the person or party who caused your brain injury in pursuit of financial compensation. Whether or not...
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What Is a Life Care Plan? And Why Is it So Important in Brain Injury Lawsuits?

Posted on November 12, 2021 Brain Injury
If you recently suffered a brain injury in an accident in Texas and plan on filing a lawsuit against the person or party at fault, you will need what is known as a life care plan. A Texas life care plan is a document that lists all of your current and latent medical needs...
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