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Blog Posts in May, 2016

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  • Three Things That Can Make A Big Difference In Your Brain Injury Recovery
    Three Things That Can Make A Big Difference In Your Brain Injury Recovery

    It is hard to look back on what life was like before your accident on Fairfax Boulevard left you with a traumatic brain injury. Whether the incident happened earlier this week or several months ago, ...

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  • The Painful Truth about Cauda Equina Syndrome
    The Painful Truth about Cauda Equina Syndrome

    Virginia’s Spinal Cord Injury With An Interesting Name You have a spinal cord injury called “cauda equina syndrome” (CES). Cauda equina translates to “horse tail” but is not related to horses at all. ...

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  • Patients May Be Harmed When An Anesthesiologist Fails To Monitor
    Patients May Be Harmed When An Anesthesiologist Fails To Monitor

    When patients undergo surgery, many medical professionals are involved, including nurses, doctors, and anesthesiologists. While it is possible for an error to occur at any level and at any step along ...

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  • What An Injured Passenger Should Know Following A Car Crash
    What An Injured Passenger Should Know Following A Car Crash

    Any time a traffic collision occurs and someone gets hurt—whether the injured person is the driver or a passenger—it can be a confusing time to think about one’s rights and filing a personal injury ...

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  • Dangers In School Zones Affecting Pedestrian Safety
    Dangers In School Zones Affecting Pedestrian Safety

    In 2015, 456 children died as pedestrians involved in motor vehicle collisions, according to the Pedestrian Fact Sheet from Safe Kids Worldwide. And if this statistic wasn’t bad enough, over 40,000 ...

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  • Recognizing Medical Misconduct Before It’s Too Late
    Recognizing Medical Misconduct Before It’s Too Late

    Over 50 different hospitals in the greater D.C. area care for patients. MedStar hospitals alone care for thousands of different patients on a daily basis. This means close to 10,000 Washingtonians a ...

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