Concussions are mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). They can occur when forceful trauma causes an accident victim’s brain to collide with the interior of their skull. Although concussions are the most common type of brain injury, if untreated, these mild injuries can have persistent, prolonged, and even permanent repercussions. To understand more about how concussions can occur and how they can impact your life, click here.
The symptoms of certain medical conditions may not manifest themselves physically, but that doesn’t make them any less severe. Accident survivors who’ve sustained debilitating “invisible” injuries may be unable to perform the duties of their jobs as a result, but they may have difficulty recovering financial compensation if they’re unable to prove the severity of their injuries with objective, observable evidence. Click here to read more.
If you’ve been injured in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, you may be eligible to seek financial compensation for costs you were required to pay as a result. But depending on the circumstances, some accident victims may also be eligible to receive payments for non-economic damages, like pain and suffering. To learn more, click here.
Cycling outdoors during the winter months can be an invigorating form of exercise, especially for people who’ve been cooped up at home for most of the day. It can also be an effective way for essential employees to commute to their workplaces without coming into close contact with other individuals. But winter cycling can be dangerous, and could lead to accidents resulting in severe injuries. Click here to read more.