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Is someone else's negligence the reason behind your brain injury?


The brain is, undoubtedly, one of the most vital organs in the body. Therefore, when someone suffers a brain injury, the world can come crashing down around that person. People can sustain brain injuries in various ways. For example, newborn babies can show signs of brain injury if the delivery was not done carefully. People can sustain brain injuries while playing sports, as in the case of professional football. Similarly, an auto accident can also lead to a severe and disabling brain injury.

What should a driver do after being involved in a car accident?


Many people in the United States, including those in Virginia, are involved in vehicle accidents and lose their lives or are injured. The state and federal authorities often conduct safety awareness campaigns in order to prevent car accidents from happening. However, car accidents can still occur. What is even more painful is that many drivers flee from the scene after being involved in an accident.

An overview of medical malpractice caps in Virginia

Medical malpractice is defined as an act of negligence by a medical professional, including hospitals, where the patient suffers or even dies as a result of sub-optimal treatment. The families of patients can claim compensation from the health care providers and, sometimes, the compensation amount can be very large. In Virginia, as doctors faced high medical malpractice rates, they have requested a limit, or a cap, on the compensation amount that can be demanded by the victim's family.

Head injury lawsuit: NFL, players reach $900 million settlement


Many Virginia residents would sympathize with people who have sustained brain injuries. It may take a long time for the victim to recover from a traumatic brain injury. The victim may find it difficult to cope with the necessary medical treatment. The experience also takes a toll on the emotions and finances of the accident victim and the victim's family.

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