Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of death and disability in the United States. Every year there are around 3 million TBI-related emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations, and deaths. Nearly 150 Americans die from TBI-related injuries each day. Those who survive a TBI can face effects that last a few days, or the rest of their lives.
With the rise of popularity of doorstep delivery services as well as regular logistics, it is not surprising that commercial transportation accidents have reached record highs. A recent study showed that in 2019 out of more than 5,300 work related deaths, commercial drivers accounted for 1,480 of those deaths.
Perhaps you were commuting in Southwest Arizona and got into an accident due to a negligent driver. You may have suffered a brain injury or another catastrophic injury…
Two more wrongful death lawsuits have been filed over the January helicopter crash that killed retired Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven other people.
Red-light running crashes accounted for 939 of the more than 40,000 traffic deaths in 2017. According to a AAA report, this is the highest that the number has been in 10 years. Why is this number so high?
A team of researchers has detailed a new method for using impact velocity and collision angle to calculate the probability of a Traumatic Brain Injury.
The injuries you suffered in the accident were severe, and the medical costs are almost as bad. You’re waiting on the insurance company to pick up the slack, but you may be waiting for quite a while…
While conventional wisdom holds that older people are some of the worst drivers, a recent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) study stands conventional wisdom on its head.
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