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When Neurology and Psychology Intersect

Traumatic Brain Injuries - Neurology

It’s no secret that the brain, and all matters pertaining to it, is complicated. After all, it is essentially a gooey supercomputer powering these containers we call bodies. We still don’t understand every single facet of how the brain works – and just the implications of that sentence are enough to give you an ironic…

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TBIs and Magic Mushrooms: An Unlikely Pair

Traumatic Brain Injuries - Psychedelics

Psychedelics such as mushrooms, LSD, MDMA, and more used to be all the rage amongst young partygoers before fading into the relative background with the new millennium. Now, though, they seem to be returning — and not just in the obvious way. Scientists around the world are studying their properties for medicinal therapy. The idea…

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Peloton Finally Recalled Its Deadly Treadmills

Pelaton Treadmill Injury

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the majority of us to become homebodies.  With country-wide lockdowns and closed businesses, it became even harder for the average person to stay active and in shape, leading to a lot of us resorting to at-home workouts.  Peloton, a high-tech exercise equipment company doubled its product sales and expanded…

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Why Bigger Isn’t Better When It Comes to Personal Injury Law Cases

Personal Injury Claims Nashville

Many personal injury firms try to sell the arrogant notion that just because they’re bigger and have offices throughout the country, that it means they’re better. Balderdash. There’s a reason personal injury lawyers use the word “personal.” Your injuries are personal to you; you should have a lawyer who takes your case personally, too. That’s…

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The 10 Most Dangerous Motorized Vehicles

10 Most Dangerous Motorized Vehicles

The most common type of dangerous vehicle is the passenger vehicle; this makes sense because there are so many of them. But there are a lot of dangerous motorized vehicles out there. Based on our experiences as injury lawyers, the most dangerous vehicles – the ones most likely to be involved in an injury or…

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When I Sign a Waiver, Does It Mean I Can’t Sue?

When I Sign a Waiver, Does It Mean I Can’t Sue

A waiver is a written legal document. (It must be in writing.) The document states that if someone else is negligent, then you can’t sue that person (or business) if the negligence causes you damages. Damages in personal injury cases include compensation for your medical bills, lost income, property damage, physical pain, and emotional suffering.…

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