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July 2016 Archives

How to Recognize the Symptoms of Long-Term Traumatic Brain Injury

Recognizing the symptoms of long-term traumatic brain injury may make a difference in whether you can make a full recovery or suffer from life-changing side effects.

Millions of people in the U.S. and thousands of Kentucky residents will suffer from a traumatic brain injury this year. The damage can be life-changing and may require years of rehabilitation. It is vital that traumatic brain injury symptoms are recognized and treated as soon as possible in order to minimize long-term effects. If you or a loved one have suffered such an injury which you believe was caused by the negligence of another, you need an experienced Kentucky traumatic brain injury attorney in your corner. You may need long-term medical care and other assistance in dealing with your activities of daily living. Collecting all the damages to which you are legally entitled may make the difference in the quality of your life as you try to rehabilitate and recover.

Factors the Court Looks at to Determine Fault in a Car Accident

Establishing who is at fault in a car accident is critical to determining what you can collect for damages to your vehicle.

If you are involved in a car accident, it is important not to admit or discuss fault at the accident scene. If you believe the other driver is at fault, the police report, photos of the accident scene, eyewitness testimony, and other related evidence will support your claim in court. Determining fault in a car accident is the deciding factor in a courtroom for who and how much will be compensated for vehicle damages. In order to ensure you receive compensation, you need the services of a Kentucky car accident attorney who is experienced in personal injury litigation.

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