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Brain Injury Archives

NFL players suffer from a little known brain injury: CTE

As football season gets underway, so too have the complaints about changes in NFL rules. The kick off has been moved back and the yards moved up for taking a knee in an attempt to encourage more touchbacks. There are more flags than ever thrown for "roughing the passer."

The devastating costs of traumatic brain injuries

When someone experiences a serious brain injury, their life can change in unanticipated ways. Tens of thousands of dollars spent for surgery, rehabilitation and around-the-clock care accounts for only a small part of the struggle that injured individuals and their families face.

Assistance in navigating post-injury options


One of the central principles of the legal system is that individuals are held responsible for causing harm to others. In a civil claim, this principle typically means that Los Angeles residents who are injured at the hands of someone else may be able to obtain an award of damages against that person.

Study reveals shocking link between head trauma and football


It is one of the most enjoyable times of the year for many Los Angeles residents. In part, this is because America's most popular game, football, is in full swing at nearly every level of competition. While the game can be exciting to play and watch, it can also present serious dangers to those involved.

Understanding the effects of a traumatic brain injury


Fall is here, and with it comes one of America's favorite pastimes, the American Football. Every Sunday, and Monday and Thursday from September until early February, millions of fans fill stadiums and bars, or are glued to the television watching their favorite team hit and tackle their way to victory or defeat. An unfortunate side effect of the violence of American Football is the alarmingly high number of brain injuries that occur to players.

Brain or spinal cord damage: dealing with a catastrophic injury


A sudden accident can cause a Californian to suffer serious damage to the brain or spinal cord. When these body parts are injured, a speedy recovery is not likely. These are long-term injuries that can prevent a person from ever walking again. A victim could lose his or her memory or become unable to work again. The results are serious and may require legal action that may not replace what the victim has lost but will at least be a financial source to tap for medical treatment.

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