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Jul20, 2017

Recognizing Indications of a Traumatic Brain Injury

By |Jul 20, 2017|Categories: Catastrophic Injury|0 Comments

Traumatic brain injuries range from relatively minor to catastrophic. Caused by a sudden blow or jolt to the head, TBIs are frequently the result of car crashes, truck accidents, sports injuries, bike accidents, or an [...]

Jul12, 2017

Load Shift Accidents in Trucks Pose Serious Dangers

By |Jul 12, 2017|Categories: Truck Accidents|0 Comments

Thousands of trucks move millions of pounds of goods across the country each day. While this cargo is necessary, it can also be dangerous or deadly, if not secured properly. Unsecured cargo can fall off [...]

Jul5, 2017

Are Home Births Dangerous?

By |Jul 5, 2017|Categories: Birth Injuries|0 Comments

The number of home births has yo-yoed over the last 15 years. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, about 35,000 babies are born at home. Parents are justifiably exercising their right to [...]

Jun29, 2017

The Guest House at Graceland Linked to Nine Confirmed Cases of Legionnaires’ Disease

By |Jun 29, 2017|Categories: Legionnaires’ Disease|0 Comments

Action News 5 Has just reported a 9th confirmed case of Legionnaires’ Disease linked to the aquatic facilities of the Guest House at Graceland. The Shelby County Health Department confirmed an outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease [...]

Jun28, 2017

West Tennessee Car Crashes Caused by Drunk Drivers Devastate Lives

By |Jun 28, 2017|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

Despite the known risks, thousands of drunk drivers get behind the wheel every year. Although no one is allowed to operate a vehicle with a BAC above 0.08%, too many reckless drivers think they can [...]

Jun21, 2017

Phantom Limb Pain is a Real Challenge After Amputation

By |Jun 21, 2017|Categories: Catastrophic Injury|0 Comments

Catastrophic injuries are painful and can forever affect the life of an individual. For victims of negligence, few personal injuries can be as challenging to handle as the loss of a limb. Whether the amputation [...]

Jun15, 2017

Dangers of Oil and Gas Trucks on the Tennessee Highways

By |Jun 15, 2017|Categories: Truck Accidents|0 Comments

As our country continuously seeks to meet our substantial energy needs, oil and gas companies constantly extract oil from the ground. Activities such as drilling and fracking require the use of numerous trucks to haul [...]

Jun8, 2017

Common Injury-Causing Mistakes in the Maternity Ward

By |Jun 8, 2017|Categories: Birth Injuries|0 Comments

Maternity wards are among the busiest departments within a hospital. These physicians and nurses are tasked with providing constant care for women in various stages of labor and delivery. With so much happening, staff members [...]

Jun1, 2017

The Connection Between Maternal BMI and Childhood Epilepsy

By |Jun 1, 2017|Categories: Birth Injuries|0 Comments

Childhood epilepsy is a serious condition, affecting more than three million children nationally, according to KidsHealth.org. While many children outgrow the condition, others deal with the debilitating symptoms their entire lives. Children living with epilepsy [...]

May24, 2017

Prom and Graduation Season: Who is Liable for Teenage Car Crashes?

By |May 24, 2017|Categories: Auto Accidents|0 Comments

Spring has arrived, and young drivers will hit the Tennessee roads for such adolescent milestones as prom, graduation, and senior year parties. While these celebratory events should be filled with joy and memory-making moments, they [...]

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