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Head Injuries: Warning Signs You Need To Be Alert For

On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Brain Injuries on January 21, 2020

Accidents happen in a variety of situations. Motor vehicle accidents, slips, falls, or other mishaps on someone’s property, and sports or recreational activities are all common causes. In a state of shock, victims have a tendency to downplay their injuries or the symptoms they suffer in the immediate…

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Sports-Related Head Injuries Derail Life for Portland Football Player

On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Brain Injuries, Personal Injury on February 27, 2019

Children are encouraged to engage in sports-related activities. While some view team sports as a hobby and something fun to do with friends, others have high hopes of eventually making it to the pros. This ambition can cause them and their coaches to take risks, particularly when it…

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Portland Bakery Shines Light on Subject of Brain Injuries

On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Brain Injuries, Car Accidents, Crosswalk Injury, Personal Injury, Slip and Fall on January 22, 2019

Any time an accident involves a bump, blot, or jolt to the head, there is a risk of traumatic brain injury (TBI). One of the most common types of personal injuries, symptoms are often subtle and can take days, weeks, or even months…

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Protecting Your Child Against Repeat Concussions

On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Brain Injuries on January 23, 2018

Children tend to play hard, without pausing to think about safety. This is why it is so important for teachers, instructors, and school coaches to take the necessary precautions in training young athletes and providing the appropriate gear for sports and recreational activities. Bumps and blows to the…

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