Are Personal Injury Settlements Public Record?
Personal injury claims give citizens an avenue to pursue compensation for a wide array of damages. Some cases are more black-and-white than others, like minor car accident lawsuits, while others hit closer to home. No matter the context, claimants and defendants alike might wonder what parts of their legal case are open to public record…. read moreRead More
Traumatic Brain Injury : What questions you should ask before deciding on an attorney
Traumatic Brain Injury Definition A traumatic brain injury (TBI) happens when a bump, blow, or other head injury causes damage to the brain. The symptoms of a TBI can appear immediately or over time; they can include temporary or permanent impairment of thinking or memory, movement, sensation (e.g., vision or hearing), emotional functioning (e.g., personality… read moreRead More
Is There a Statute of Limitations on Car Damage in California?
If there’s one thing you don’t want to miss during your California car accident claim, it’s the statute of limitations. This is the legal term for “deadline for filing” in terms of civil claims (not car insurance claims). As in every state, there is a strict statute of limitations by which time a plaintiff, or… read moreRead More
Potential New Development in Mild TBI Vulnerability Guidlelines
Potential New Development in Mild TBI Vulnerability Guidlelines As I always say, there’s no such thing as a “mild” brain injury. But a new article in the Journal of Neurotrauma explores the window of time after an initial concussion when the brain may be most vulnerable to further damage.Read More
Food For Thought: Proper Nutrition Found to Help Victims of Brain Injury
Traditional wisdom has always told us that good nutrition keeps us healthy, strong, and alert. It is why pregnant women are careful about what they eat, and moms across the globe vigilantly watch the amount of sugar and nutrients their children consume. More and more studies reveal that certain foods assist in brain development for… read moreRead More