Types of Fatigue That Result From A Traumatic Brain Injury

In Canada, one of the top causes of death and disability are traumatic brain injuries or TBI’s as they are sometimes referred to. Motor vehicle accidents along with slip or trip and fall accidents account for 55% of all TBI cases. In 70% of these cases, fatigue is a symptom associated with the resulting injury. Fatigue is often attributed to the brain not working properly. Consequently, it is harder to focus or concentrate and there is little if any energy for family members, hobbies, or sports. (more…)

What You Need To Know About Personal Injury Claims For Post-Concussion Syndrome

Post-concussion syndrome has gotten much attention lately as it pertains to sports. But these traumatic brain injuries can be sustained during any accident where the head has been struck or violently shaken. Although a concussion is typically considered a mild form of traumatic brain injury, in the case of post-concussion syndrome, there have been dramatic scientific developments. (more…)

Facts About Accidents That Cause Brain Injuries

Different accidents cause an array of injuries and that’s why personal injury law is particularly broad and encompassing. The injuries can range from mild and insignificant bruises to severe harm to your body and mind. With this in mind, it’s important to understand that one of the most severe types of injuries that one might have to deal with is an accident which results in a severe brain trauma. (more…)