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Blog Posts in February, 2016

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  • Brain Injuries Aren’t Always Diagnosed In The ER
    Brain Injuries Aren’t Always Diagnosed In The ER

    People don’t want to go to a hospital emergency room (ER), but when they do, they expect an accurate diagnosis. Once they’ve been seen by a doctor, patients expect to have answers and an understanding ...

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  • Protecting Head Injury Rights For Those Who Can’t Speak For Themselves
    Protecting Head Injury Rights For Those Who Can’t Speak For Themselves

    Brain injuries and trauma have varying degrees of severity that can range from minor concussions to devastating brain damage. When the trauma is severe, it’s quite common for communication problems to ...

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  • Cell Phone Rules And Regulations On Virginia Roads
    Cell Phone Rules And Regulations On Virginia Roads

    Is your phone permanently attached to your hand? Can you not go 30 minutes without checking it for messages and status updates? Do you have to respond to a text immediately after hearing the “ding?” ...

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  • Understanding Virginia Negligence Laws As They Apply To Traffic Accidents
    Understanding Virginia Negligence Laws As They Apply To Traffic Accidents

    When car accidents occur, one person or multiple people can be found at fault for the collision. When someone is at fault for a crash, he or she is referred to as the negligent party (or the ...

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  • Why Do Doctors Have Trouble Detecting Brain Injuries In Children?
    Why Do Doctors Have Trouble Detecting Brain Injuries In Children?

    Children are injured every day doing normal activities—playing their favorite sports, climbing on a play structure at the park, and skateboarding or rollerblading. While injuries can range in ...

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  • What Mothers Need To Know About Injuries Caused By Epidural And Anesthesia Errors
    What Mothers Need To Know About Injuries Caused By Epidural And Anesthesia Errors

    During childbirth, many women opt for drugs to ease their painful contractions, and anesthesiologists are the doctors to administer the different types of anesthesia medications. Unfortunately, even ...

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