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June 2017 Archives

What is the impact of a brain injury?

The brain is a fragile organ, and it could be harmed or damaged in a car accident. A range of brain functions can be disrupted by a brain injury, which can be caused by either closed or open head injury. Traumatic brain injuries occur when sudden trauma damages the brain. Closed head injuries can potentially result in more damage than an open head injury. Victims and family members of victims who have suffered a brain injury may wonder what the impact will be on their lives.

Hyundai recalls 600,000 vehicles for two separate defects

Most residents in Virginia rely on motor vehicles to get to and from their destinations. While automobiles might need some repairs, it is likely due to natural wear and tear on these parts and components. Motorists do not often consider the possibility of defects causing the vehicle to not work or even cause an automobile accident. However, victims of defective automobile have a variety of protections available to them.

Victims are protected following an ATV accident

There are different ways victims may be injured on an ATV, and there are different legal options for them to consider depending on the circumstances surrounding the accident and if a negligent party was liable. ATV use is becoming increasingly popular, and Virginia is no exception with many residents who love to enjoy the mountains and other aspects of the outdoors on both 4 wheelers and 3 wheelers. ATV use, however, can be dangerous.

What victims need to know about brain injury claims for damages

The harm associated with a brain trauma may not always be immediately evident, so it is important for victims and their families to be familiar with what to watch for following a traumatic accident, such as a car accident, and potential head injury. Brain injuries can cause permanent or temporary disruptions to the function of the brain and may result in death.

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