Monthly Archives: May 2015

Keeping pedestrians safe in California

On average, a pedestrian is 1.5 times more likely to die in a traffic accident compared to an occupant in a motor vehicle. In 2012, a pedestrian was killed in a traffic accident every two hours on average and was injured every seven minutes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This translated to … Read More

Keeping pedestrians safe in California

On average, a pedestrian is 1.5 times more likely to die in a traffic accident compared to an occupant in a motor vehicle. In 2012, a pedestrian was killed in a traffic accident every two hours on average and was injured every seven minutes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This translated to … Read More

Recovering compensation for brain and spinal cord injuries

When California residents sustain traumatic injuries to their spinal cords or brains, the effects are often permanent and life-changing. Both of these types of serious injuries can cause paralysis, loss of mobility and many other conditions that make it difficult for victims to function as they used to. At our firm, we help people who … Read More

Inflammatory protein and California brain injury patients

California workers who experienced a brain injury as the result of an accident may find interest in a 2015 study by researchers at McMaster University in Canada. The study found that those with mild head injuries may still suffer from debilitating syndromes common after a concussion, such as headache, dizziness, cognitive issues and neuropsychiatric symptoms. … Read More

Coping with apraxia of speech

For many Californians struggling with motor speech disorders, each day is a unique challenge. Unlike other motor speech disorders, apraxia of speech occurs when the mouth and the brain cannot communicate with each other properly. Although the mouth muscles are capable of producing the correct sounds, the brain is unable to make all of those … Read More

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