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What are the long term effects of Brain Injuries? Published in brain injury,Personal Injury on January 16, 2019.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can radically alter a person’s life. Not only do TBI’s have short-term dangers, but the effects could also last for the rest of the person’s life. It is estimated that nearly 5 million Americans are living with a TBI. The condition creates various challenges that hinder them from leading productive lives. If you have a… READ MORE

What are the leading causes of Brain Injuries? Published in brain injury on August 23, 2018.

Many clients arrive at the offices of the Macon injury attorney, Nelson & Smith looking for justice after a traumatic brain injury leaves them unable to work or live in the way they are accustomed. A brain injury may be the result of a trauma or an illness, however, a stroke is cited as the leading cause of brain injuries… READ MORE

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