A personal injury can make it so that you can’t return to work, go to school or enjoy your life. It might be something as common as a broken bone or could be an injury that impacts your ability to sleep or walk.
Not all neck injuries lead to paralysis, but that doesn’t mean that they’re not life-changing wounds. Injuries to the neck and cervical region of the body can quickly become dangerous to those who are hurt.
They always tell you to show up early when you have to go to the doctor’s office, but then it feels like you just sit around for 10 or 20 minutes waiting. Even when they take you back into the exam room, you have another 10 minutes to wait after the nurse leaves and before the doctor arrives.
Driving in the rain, fog or snow can seriously impact your chances of getting involved in a car accident. Weather plays a significant role in accidents, and that role is well-recognized by the Federal Highway Administration (FHA).
If you have ever touched something accidentally that was extremely hot, you may have had to deal with the frustration and pain on a finger for maybe a few days. Imagine if that burn was spread over a larger area on your body and the source of the heat was twice as hot.
After a traumatic brain injury (TBI), even a person who essentially recovers may still seem very different to loved ones. While the recovery may be “good” in the sense that they do not have physical or mental disabilities, that does not mean the injury had no impact on their life.