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  • Los Angeles Dodgers Sued for Negligent Security After Parking Lot Assault
    Los Angeles Dodgers Sued for Negligent Security After Parking Lot Assault

    In late March 2019, a man was leaving Dodger Stadium after a game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Arizona Diamondbacks when he was assaulted by other baseball fans. The violent attack left him ...

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  • Evidence That Your Brain Injury Contributed to Your PTSD
    Evidence That Your Brain Injury Contributed to Your PTSD

    A traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) can manifest in many ways, sometimes in ways that are completely unpredictable. According to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) research , it might even be possible ...

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  • Identifying Brain Injuries: What Do You Know About ABI?
    Identifying Brain Injuries: What Do You Know About ABI?

    Seeing a loved one experience a brain injury is often heartbreaking and terrifying. When trying to learn whether they might recover, and what you can do to help them, you may hear doctors and nurses ...

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  • What Happens If a Catastrophic Injury Complainant Dies?
    What Happens If a Catastrophic Injury Complainant Dies?

    Can a Lawsuit Continue, or Do the Survivors Have No Recourse? After a bad accident, a case of nursing home abuse , or intentional violence, a victim may be left with a permanent disability or medical ...

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  • Can Patients Recover After a Traumatic Brain Injury?
    Can Patients Recover After a Traumatic Brain Injury?

    Everyone knows that brain injuries can have tragic aftermath: Those affected may fall into a coma. What happens when they wake up? Neuroscience is a complex and specialized area of medicine—because ...

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  • Describing Brain Injury Severity with the Glasgow Coma Scale
    Describing Brain Injury Severity with the Glasgow Coma Scale

    “Coma” Isn’t a Specific Diagnosis Many brain injuries, whether mild or severe, result in loss of consciousness—at least for a few seconds. A coma is a sustained period of unconsciousness, and it ...

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