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Woman sitting on the floor clutching her knee in pain after a slip and fall accident Common Slip and Fall Accident Injuries

27th March 2024

The head and limbs are particularly vulnerable to harm in a slip-and-fall accident. Summary In a slip-and-fall accident, common injuries include brain injuries, damage to the hips, back, and neck, and fractured or broken bones. Slip-and-fall accident injuries can occur when a person overlooks a hazard like a wet floor or loose step. A property… Read more »

Long-Term Disability After a Traumatic Brain Injury - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Personal Injury Attorney Long-Term Disability After a Traumatic Brain Injury

28th February 2024

Suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can lead to a lifetime of debilitation, making even the most basic, everyday tasks seem impossible. It’s actually one of the more catastrophic injuries that a person can suffer, because it can completely rob them of their quality of life. In many instances, people will suffer a TBI after… Read more »

Nurse helping patient in wheelchair exercise their leg. Rehabilitation and Recovery After a Catastrophic Injury

27th February 2024

Catastrophic injuries often impose considerable financial strain on accident survivors as they work to rehabilitate their injuries. Summary Catastrophic injuries result in long-term or permanent impairment,  affecting mobility, cognition, or key abilities. Common types of catastrophic injuries include traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, severe burns, amputations, and multiple fractures. Long-term care involving rehabilitation, physical… Read more »

How to Negotiate a High Settlement After a Brain Injury

28th August 2023

Experts estimate that nearly 2 million people suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) yearly in the U.S. When this happens, they might need medical treatment, therapy, and time off work to heal. Pursuing a settlement after a brain injury is crucial because it can help cover medical bills, pay for the time they couldn’t work,… Read more »