A public school district could be held legally responsible for not having an automated external defibrillator at a high-school soccer game, after a player collapsed and suffered permanent brain damage, the Florida Supreme Court recently decided. The player, Abel Limones, had stopped breathing and had no pulse. His coach and a nurse who happened to be… Read More →

Whiplash Related Injuries

One of the most common soft tissue injuries that can occur in a car accident is whiplash. While whiplash and whiplash related injuries are often seen as minor, especially in comparison to head and brain injuries, loss of limb, and other critical injuries that can occur in a car accident, it is actually a very… Read More →

People who play recreational sports sometimes get injured; that’s a risk they face when they decide to engage in an athletic pursuit. But often, the real cause of an injury isn’t the person’s own carelessness or bad luck; it’s something that the proprietor of the sports facility did (or didn’t do). If you’ve been injured… Read More →

Motorcycles can be a lot of fun to ride, especially when the weather is nice or you are riding with friends. However, the nature of a motorcycle means that if you are in an accident, you are much more at risk for serious injuries simply because your body is so much more exposed to the… Read More →

Diagnosing a Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can occur in a variety of different types of accidents. For example, an individual might experience a TBI in a car or motorcycle accident, or after slipping and falling on a wet or slick surface. Diagnosing a TBI can be difficult at times, especially in the event of a closed… Read More →