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  • Trampoline Park Safety
    Trampoline Park Safety

    In 2018, there were over 800 trampoline parks in the United States. It's no surprise that the rate of occurrences of injuries at these facilities has grown even more than the facilities themselves. ...

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  • Indiana University Continues to Be at Forefront of TBI Research
    Indiana University Continues to Be at Forefront of TBI Research

    Reams of evidence indicate that brain injury rehabilitation and recovery for many victims is akin to a long journey aimed at finding one's way back home. Some people never get there. As we noted in an ...

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  • Indiana University at Center of New Advance in TBI Research
    Indiana University at Center of New Advance in TBI Research

    Traumatic brain injury is a complex and most challenging medical condition. It cannot be seen in the way that many other maladies can be, of course. Moreover, third parties are often prone to ...

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  • Things Sometimes Unclear in the Wake of a Motor Vehicle Accident
    Things Sometimes Unclear in the Wake of a Motor Vehicle Accident

    It is likely that at some point our readers across Indiana will be involved in a motor vehicle crash. They may think that they're uninjured just after the incident. And it is just as likely that some ...

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  • CDC: Better Guidelines Needed in Diagnosing, Treating TBI for Kids
    CDC: Better Guidelines Needed in Diagnosing, Treating TBI for Kids

    It is hard to overstate just how serious and lasting the effects of a brain injury can be. Some traumatic head injuries are extremely difficult to diagnose and properly treat. That can make getting an ...

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  • What About Football? Could Its Days Really Be Numbered?
    What About Football? Could Its Days Really Be Numbered?

    We note an obvious point on our personal injury website at Tabor Law in Indianapolis. And that is traumatic brain injuries can be caused by another party's negligence in wide-ranging matters . Those ...

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