Brain Injury

What is a Soft-Tissue Injury?

Soft tissue injuries can lead to significant setbacks for victims. The term “soft tissue injury” describes any injury that occurs to the soft tissues in our bodies rather than the hard bone injuries that occur. Some of the most common soft tissue injuries include bruises, sprains, strains, contusions, and more. Here, we want to take a deeper dive into soft tissue injuries, properly define them, and examine whether or not individuals can recover compensation give a soft tissue injury is caused by the actions of someone else. Acute Soft Tissue Injuries Many soft tissue injuries are immediately visible right after… read more


What is Post-Traumatic Amnesia?

We have all seen television shows and movies where individuals wake up out of a coma and have no idea who they are. In most cases, these depictions are relatively inaccurate. However, post-traumatic amnesia (PTA) is real. Here, we want to examine PTA. Specifically, we want to look at what symptoms family members can expect if their loved one comes out of a coma and does experience post-traumatic amnesia. The signs and symptoms of post-traumatic amnesia can be scary to experience for family members, and we hope that this brief article gives you some peace of mind. We strongly encourage… read more


Whiplash and its Connection to Brain Injury

Whiplash is one of the most common types of injuries that occur as a result of a vehicle accident, though this injury can certainly occur in other ways as well. However, what many people do not realize is that whiplash can cause concussions and more severe traumatic brain injuries. Here, we want to examine the connection between whiplash injuries and brain injuries, particularly examining how the mechanism of injury causes damage to the brain. What is Whiplash? “Whiplash” term used to describe an injury that occurs to the neck and upper back. These injuries are caused by the neck moving… read more