This week was supposed to be full of the excitement of the first days of school.
New school supplies.
Unfortunately, instead of this being a week of firsts and excitement, your high school freshman is in a hospital room recovering from an accident caused by someone else’s carelessness. After months of telling your son how important it was to make sure that he did not use his phone at all when he was driving, it was an adult’s reckless behavior that landed your husband in the hospital. That adult was texting while driving, ran a red light, and side swiped your son’s car.
You are grateful that your son is still alive.
Looking at the car, you would not have imagined that anyone could have escaped alive.
Does your child play contact sports? Have you been in a car accident in the past several years? There are a wide variety of causes for TBI, also known as traumatic brain injury, but Americans may be severely underestimating their risk for these types of injuries. The causes of traumatic brain injury can range from a car accident to an injury sustained at work or on the playing field, and more than 1.5 million people are treated for TBI every year.
Fall accidents are actually the leading cause of traumatic brain injury and can result in injury or even death. Every year, more than 50,000 Americans die from head injury due to a car accident or fall accident. Choosing a lawyer in the