Blog Posts in May, 2017

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  • Why Soft Tissue Injuries Need to Be Taken Seriously

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 23-May-2017

    People who have experienced an accident, whether it was a car collision or slip and fall, may suffer injuries. While more serious injuries warrant immediate medical attention, many people often overlook minor injuries such as those in the soft tissues. Unfortunately, not taking a soft tissue injury seriously can be a mistake. Although it may not be as visible nor as severe as some other types of ...
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  • A Closer Look at Cerebral Palsy and Delivery Room Negligence

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 17-May-2017

    Cerebral palsy is a medical term for a number of neurological disorders that can result in problems with muscle coordination, movement and/or posture. While various factors can cause cerebral palsy, in the context of birth injuries and delivery room negligence, cerebral palsy cases typically occur from an insufficient amount of oxygen reaching an infant’s brain (hypoxia) or to the body ...
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  • Can a Brain Injury Case PTSD?

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 11-May-2017

    A study conducted by UCLA life scientists, and found in the academic journal Biological Psychiatry, reveals a causal link between traumatic brain injury (TBI) and an increased vulnerability to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It also suggests that those who suffer from brain injuries should take precautions to avoid stressful situations which could exacerbate their health condition. The ...
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  • Why Brain Injuries Need to Be Taken Seriously

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 3-May-2017

    The brain is considered the most important and complex part of the human body since it controls every bodily system. Unfortunately, it is also extremely fragile. Trauma and damage to the brain can result in catastrophic injury and permanent disability. The fact is, there is no such thing as a “mild’ brain injury. Symptoms of an underlying brain injury include: Nausea or vomiting ...
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