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Oct 10, 2017

Do Women Experience Traumatic Brain Injuries Differently Than Men?

By |Oct 10, 2017|Brain Injuries|0 Comments

The International Journal of Critical Injury and Science recently reported a clinical study done on the epidemiological consequences of traumatic brain injuries in women and how TBIs on women differ from male TBIs. The studies were conducted in India. Most studies, prior to this Indian female study, have been about men. The study yielded interesting—and [...]

Sep 29, 2017

Photophobia and Traumatic Brain Injury

By |Sep 29, 2017|Brain Injuries|0 Comments

A report by Optometry Review published in December 2015 explored common vision problems, especially photophobia, that occur after a traumatic brain injury. The report was prepared by Christopher L. Shur, OD, and several other eye doctors. To determine the severity of at TBI (mild to severe), doctors usually use a Glasgow coma scale. According to [...]

Sep 19, 2017

Inadequate Truck Driver Training and Trucking Company Vicarious Liability

By |Sep 19, 2017|Truck Accidents|0 Comments

While not every truck accident with a passenger vehicle is caused by the truck driver, more often, the passenger vehicle occupants suffer the most severe injuries because of the massive size difference between the two vehicles. Truck drivers receive classroom training and behind the wheel training in how to drive tractor trailers safely, but sometimes, [...]