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  • How Long after a Brain Injury can Symptoms Occur?

    How Long after a Brain Injury can Symptoms Occur? Head injuries are among the most devastating and debilitating injuries one can sustain, yet their symptoms often don’t manifest immediately – instead, they typically show up several days, weeks, or even months post-injury. This article will give an o … Read more »

  • Is Uber Safer than Taxis?

    Is Uber Safer than Taxis? In the quest for a reliable ride, safety stands paramount. Yet, the debate between the traditional taxi service and the modern rideshare platforms like Uber persists. Which one offers a safer journey? Are taxis safer than Uber or other rideshare apps? When deciding between … Read more »

  • What is a Traumatic Brain Injury? The Basics Explained

    What is a Traumatic Brain Injury? The Basics Explained. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) refers to a form of acquired brain injury resulting from a sudden trauma that damages the brain. This can happen through a direct blow in a motorcycle or car accident, trucking accident, or bicycle or pedestrian a … Read more »

  • Wrongful Death: Grieving the Traumatic Death of a Child

    Life is not Supposed to Happen this Way Losing a child is an unimaginable tragedy that stands as one of the most profound and devastating experiences a person can endure. There is, arguably, nothing worse than the unexpected loss of a child, a sorrow that pierces the heart with an intensity that wor … Read more »

  • Hurt Kids: Injured Growth Plates

    Understanding Injured growth plates is essential for those navigating the complexities of childhood fractures.  These regions, critical in a child’s growing skeleton, are responsible for bone elongation and are particularly prone to injury due to their softer cartilage composition. Recognizing sympt … Read more »