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Child suffers traumatic brain injury in auto-pedestrian accident

Brain Injury,Firm News On Friday, February 7, 2014

The human brain monitors and controls all major systems within the body such as respiratory, circulation and motor movement. It is the most complex part of the body and, as a result, a brain injury is extremely complicated. Symptoms can …

Dental procedure leaves 3-year-old unresponsive

Brain Injury,Firm News On Wednesday, January 22, 2014

When people in Connecticut turn to medical and dental professionals, they trust them to ensure their safety. Unfortunately, in some cases, the medical caregiver fails to follow certain safety procedures, and their patients are harmed as a result and may …

High school athlete suffers brain injury, collapses during game

Brain Injury,Firm News On Friday, December 6, 2013

Readers in New Haven are likely aware of the dangers that come with playing football. Although the sport requires players to wear padding and helmets to protect them during the course of the game, many who play or have played …

Man sues Sugarloaf Mountain for injuries after chairlift derailed

Brain Injury,Firm News On Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Business and property owners in New Haven, as well as in other cities throughout the U.S., have a responsibility to maintain their facilities and equipment and to train their workers in the proper operation of that equipment in order to …

Man suffers brain injury in motorcycle crash, fighting for life

Brain Injury,Firm News On Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Whether sustained in a car accident, a fall or some other incident, readers in New Haven are likely aware of the severity of head injuries. If it does not result in death, brain trauma can have serious, lasting effects, including …

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