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December 2018 Archives

Hold the liable party accountable for your brain injury

Many different accidents can lead to a brain injury. While some of these aren't serious, others are life-changing. It is imperative that you consider the root cause of the injury so that you can determine whether you should take legal action or not. We know that thinking about this might not be easy when you are suffering, but you should consider your options as soon after the accident as possible.

Tips for safer driving in Colorado's mountains

If you're a native Coloradoan or have lived here for years, you may consider yourself skilled at driving in the mountains. However, if you're still new at navigating the state's mountainous areas or just aren't comfortable doing it, we've got some important tips to help make your travels safer. These are things that everyone -- no matter how comfortable they are driving in the mountains -- should remember.

Study indicates link between traumatic brain injury and dementia

Researchers continue to find and shed light on the potential long-term impacts of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Military service members and vets who have suffered TBIs while serving in war zones provide researchers with a wealth of information.

Beware of hazards when finishing up holiday shopping

Black Friday might be over, but the holiday shopping season is still in full swing. All retail centers need to do everything possible to ensure that customers stay safe as they go to get the last-minute gifts and supplies they need for the holiday celebrations.

Weather-related car accidents are a real problem nationwide

Colorado sees its fair share of bad weather, particularly this time year. With it, there is also typically an increase in serious car accidents. Colorado isn't the only state that has this problem. According to a recent report, weather-related car accidents are a real problem nationwide.

Study: Ski helmets may not prevent all types of head injury

More severe and fatal accidents among skiers and snowboarders involve head injuries than any other type of trauma. Up to 15 percent of all winter sports injuries involve the head. That's why you're likely seeing more people of all ages on the slopes wearing helmets.

Brain injuries might demand the victim seeks compensation

A person who slips on the ice or snow this winter might fall in a way that they hit their head on the ground. This might lead to a brain injury that can be minor, such as a concussion, or more serious, such as global brain damage. These cases must be handled properly because there are many unknowns about a brain injury.

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