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Archive: Brain Injuries

Birth Injuries

Birth injuries can have a significant impact on babies and families. The trauma experienced could cause lasting struggles, possibly throughout the child’s lifetime, which is why this form of medical malpractice is inexcusable. If your child was injured during labor or delivery, you need a compassionate and experienced attorney who will fight for maximum compensation…

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How Social Media Damages Your Personal Injury Claim

Social media has become a normal part of our lives. According to the Pew Research Center, sixty-nine percent of all American adults use Facebook, which makes it the most popular social media networking site. We think nothing of regularly posting a photo or an update to our online audience. However, those posts often depict a…

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Bicycle Accidents

  The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government is committed to making Lexington more bicycle-friendly. In recent years, the city has more than doubled its biking trails, created the 12 mile shared-use Legacy Trail, and added a number of bike lanes to its streets. During the summer of 2018, Lexington even partnered with a bike share company…

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Improving Detection of Brain Injuries

Our brain injury lawyers report on new head injury detection methods.

Medical researchers say they have found new ways to improve head injury detection, just in time for National Brain Injury Awareness Month. Doctors say it’s not always easy to identify brain injuries because the evidence may not appear using traditional methods of detection, such as X-rays, CT scans and MRIs. Many people are released from…

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More Than 200,000 Residents of Kentucky Are Living with a Brain Injury

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Much attention is being focused on the prevalence of head injuries in professional and youth sports in America. Last year, nearly 5,000 former football players sued the NFL, alleging that the organization knew about the dangers of concussions but didn’t do enough to protect players from on-field injuries. Public health agencies are spreading the word…

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