Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) cause a significant number of deaths and permanent disabilities every year. TBIs are typically caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or a penetrating head injury that causes a disruption of normal brain function. A TBI can be diagnosed as mild all the way up to severe with lasting effects. Direct medical costs and indirect costs such as lost productivity due to TBI totaled about 60 Billion dollars in 2000 alone.
If you or a loved one was the victim of a Traumatic Brain Injury because of another’s negligence, seek the help of a personal injury lawyer who may be able to help fight for the compensation you deserve.
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Tennis elbow is a type of tendinitis, a swelling of the tendons; that causes pain in the elbow and arm. Tennis elbow can be caused by any repetitive gripping activities, especially if they use the thumb and first two fingers. The muscles become strained and the constant tugging can eventually cause microscopic tears in the tissue. Most people with elbow pain are experiencing tennis elbow; it is most common in people about 40 years of age.
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If you’ve been injured in an automobile or other type of accident and believe you might have a claim, you should obtain legal advice from a personal injury attorney. The Personal Injury Attorneys at Tario & Associates have successfully secured settlements for thousands of injured parties. When hiring an attorney to represent you in your injury claim, remember:
It is very important the attorney you hire has the expert knowledge and experience required to successfully negotiate with all parties involved, especially insurance companies.
Your personal injury attorney should have a network of well regarded specialists in medicine, accident reconstruction, psychology and engineering for these experts serve as invaluable resources when determining liability and calculating the extent of your injuries and costs related to your serious injury.
After your accident, be certain to begin recording as many details as possible. Keep a notebook and record every detail of the accident you can recall. You may want to take photos of the scene if you are able. It is also important to record days of work missed, appointments with doctors, how you feel, and any other notes about your aches, pains and injuries sustained during the accident. When you meet with your attorney, bring all these notes with you.
At Tario & Associates, we are committed to helping clients receive fair and just compensation for their injuries. Please contact us for a FREE CONSULTATION today at (360) 671-8500!Read More