Category - Personal Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury Part IV: Classification, Prognosis & Treatment

Categorized In: Personal Injury, Personal Injury Primer

In the final installment to our series on Traumatic Brain Injury and Litigation, we will be discussing the processes of classification, prognosis, and treatment plans. We discussed brain anatomy and function, the specific signs and symptoms of brain injury, and the screening and the diagnosis process for TBI in Part I (found here), Part II […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury Part III: Screening and Diagnosis

Categorized In: Personal Injury, Personal Injury Primer

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a clinical diagnosis however, no single test is able to definitively confirm the diagnosis of TBI.  In Part III of our series on Traumatic Brain Injury and Litigation, we will be discussing the screening and diagnosis process. We discussed brain anatomy and function, and the specific signs and symptoms of […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury Part II: Symptoms

Categorized In: Personal Injury, Personal Injury Primer

NPUSA nurses have reviewed a number of cases involving traumatic brain injury (TBI) in recent months.  TBI is a complex subject and the diagnostic process is often complicated.  Plaintiff and defense attorneys alike will find it helpful to review some facts.  The following is Part II in our series on Traumatic Brain Injury and Litigation. […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury: Know The Facts Before You Litigate, Part I

Categorized In: Personal Injury, Personal Injury Primer

NPUSA nurses have reviewed a number of cases involving traumatic brain injury (TBI) in recent months.  TBI is a complex subject and the diagnostic process is often complicated.  Plaintiff and defense attorneys alike will find it helpful to review some facts.  This month’s blog will discuss brain anatomy and function.  Next month’s blog will review […]

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The Four Elements of Negligence

Categorized In: Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury

In order to prove fault in personal injury/malpractice cases, attorneys must prove the existence of Tort. Tort is defined as an act that is committed by one party and ends up causing harm to another. Most legal cases involving Tort are due to negligence vs intentional harm. Examples of Negligent Tort may be- negligence that causes a […]

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