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  • How Are Traumatic Brain Injuries Treated?
    How Are Traumatic Brain Injuries Treated?

    Traumatic brain injuries should not be taken lightly and should always be examined and treated by a medical professional to ensure the serious effects of it are minimized as much as possible. Even if ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Spinal Cord Damage Caused by Gunshot Wounds
    What You Need to Know About Spinal Cord Damage Caused by Gunshot Wounds

    The vertebrae, which refers to the bones that make up one’s spine, is very delicate and can suffer fractures or spinal cord damage as a result of a gunshot wound. You will need to be examined by your ...

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  • 10 Facts You Should Know About Amputation Injuries
    10 Facts You Should Know About Amputation Injuries

    There are almost two million individuals in the United States who are currently living with the loss of a limb, according to the Amputee Coalition. Losing a limb can be an isolating and difficult ...

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  • Different Types of Traumatic Brain Injuries
    Different Types of Traumatic Brain Injuries

    No two brain injuries are alike and the severity of each kind will affect how easily one is able to recover. Depending on the area of the brain that is damaged, this will determine the symptoms a ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Spinal Cord Injury Lawsuits
    What You Need to Know About Spinal Cord Injury Lawsuits

    A spinal cord injury is considered catastrophic due to the lasting impact it has on a survivor’s life. Regardless if it occurred in a car accident, fall, or an act of violence, a spinal cord injury ...

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  • Different Types of Catastrophic Gunshot Wounds
    Different Types of Catastrophic Gunshot Wounds

    Across the country, thousands of gunshot wounds occur every year, many of which are both severe and life-altering, or lead to death. Surprisingly, most of these wounds are actually accidental and ...

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