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How to Prove Concussion in Personal Injury Cases

Concussions are often referred to as invisible injuries because they are hard to detect. Fortunately, over the years there have been some advances in medicine that enable those in the medical field to detect even the tiniest signs of injury in the brain.

Accident Benefits Newsletter - Paediatric Brain Injury Victim Denied CAT Determination

Generally, the June 1, 2016 Amendments to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule have made it more challenging for car accident victims to qualify for a determination of catastrophic impairment (catastrophic). The declared legislative intention is that the amendments were introduced to promote...

Manage Your Accident & Sports Related Injuries

Concussions are in the news a lot in sports-related injuries- especially hockey and football as high-profile athletes suffer repeated head injuries that can shorten their careers and permanently impact their lives. As a result, more attention and money has been devoted recently to understanding...

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