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In recent decades, medical innovations have lengthened the life expectancy of individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). A substantial proportion of reduced mortality can be attributed to advances in treatment for respiratory and cardiac complications associated with SCI. Despite these important advances, the average life expectancy of a person with SCI remains shorter than that...

It’s not uncommon for a driver to sustain serious injuries after being involved in a car accident. Car accidents, whether big or small, can have serious consequences on a person’s physical health. Our San Francisco car accident attorneys explain which are the most common types of injuries people suffer in car accidents. #1: Whiplash Whiplash...

After a car accident, we lean on insurance providers to give us the compensation needed to make car repairs and pay for related medical expenses. Unfortunately, insurance companies don’t always have policyholders’ best interests at heart. In many instances, insurance providers only care about their bottom line and display bad faith practices that don’t uphold...

The symptoms associated with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), also called concussion, typically resolve within a few weeks. One of the most common symptoms is noise sensitivity, which can cause discomfort and distress in loud, crowded environments, or even in response to small sounds that non-injured people barely perceive. While the vast majority of individuals...

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes seizures. While many people with epilepsy are born with the condition, some develop it after sustaining a traumatic brain injury (TBI), which can cause significant disruptions in neurological function. Extensive research has established the link between epilepsy and a single TBI, but few studies have examined the effect...

As the average human lifespan continues to rise, elderly people (aged 60 years and older) comprise an increasing proportion of the global population. Consequently, health conditions associated with old age are of growing interest among health care workers who seek to provide high-quality care to all patients across the lifespan. Of particular concern is traumatic...

As the average human lifespan continues to rise, elderly people (aged 60 years and older) comprise an increasing proportion of the global population. Consequently, health conditions associated with old age are of growing interest among health care workers who seek to provide high-quality care to all patients across the lifespan. Of particular concern is traumatic...