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Concussions and Your Rights…  

Concussions have gotten some attention over the past years mainly because of an outpouring of NFL players who have come forward with brain injuries.  These injuries have been proven to be caused by sustaining significant blows to the head forcing the NFL to reexamine their medical protocols and overall practicing methods. Many people experience concussions without even knowing.  These cases can be in children who are involved in contact sports, those involved in a forceful blow due to a car accident, those who work on construction sites and are injured by heavy machinery, and many more.  If you endure a head injury leading to a concussion, it’s important to know your rights. (more…)

New Study Links Concussions With An Alarming Healt…  

Human skull X-ray image isolated on black Being involved in an accident can be a traumatic and terrifying ordeal. If you are injured, your life may suddenly be turned upside down. While you are recovering from your injuries, it is natural to wonder how you will pay for medical bills, cover your mortgage, and take care of debts while you are unable to work. Insurance companies know this – and they prey upon those fears to convince injured accident victims to accept a quick and easy settlement. Unfortunately, this settlement is far below what you may need to fully recover – especially if your injury has a long-term consequence or if you develop complications down the road. One of those common accident injuries – a concussion – could actually triple your risk of suicide. This should all be considered before reaching any agreement with the insurance company. (more…)

Sudden cardiac arrest less deadly if victim receiv…  

Sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in this country, killing more 325,000 people every year. It is most commonly caused by a ventricular fibrillation, an error in the body's electrical signaling system that causes the heart to stop beating properly. When a person falls into sudden cardiac arrest, his or her brain stops receiving oxygenated blood, putting the individual at serious risk of losing brain function should he or she survive the heart attack. The American Heart Association advises citizens to learn how to perform hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to increase a sudden cardiac arrest victim's chances of survival. Performing CPR can help you keep a person alive long enough for medical help to arrive while reducing the risk of brain damage. It is important that everyone knows how to recognize the signs of sudden cardiac arrest and how to properly respond to this event.
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