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.
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 dismissing the complaints as well as misunderstanding the behaviors of TBI victims. And head-related injury symptoms can last for years, even a lifetime.
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.
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 accurate handle on them difficult and lead to pronounced complications down the road.
We note an obvious point on our personal injury website at Tabor Law in Indianapolis.
Anyone in the Greater Indianapolis area who knows someone suffering from severe head trauma likely understands the long term impact on that person's life. Even when the victim is lucky enough to survive, a brain injury is often permanent and devastating, with lasting effects on the sufferer's life. Frequently, ongoing and expensive medical care and treatment is necessary, and many who have suffered a brain injury are never able to return to their job.
Fans of Jamey Johnson have been anxiously awaiting a new album, some of them for years. Now, the country music star has explained that he is taking a break from creative work to rest from an injury. In an interview with "Kentucky Country Music," the singer-songwriter explained that he suffered a concussion about 7 years ago which has negatively affected his ability to work.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady played with a concussion last year without notifying the team, according to his wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen while she was responding to a question on "CBS This Morning" this Wednesday on whether she wanted her husband to retire.