Auto accident victims may sustain various types of injuries, but some are especially disruptive. For example, those who struggle with paralysis following a crash may struggle with the physical consequences of their situation, and they may face devastating mental and financial issues as well. If you have become paralyzed after a motor vehicle collision, or someone in your family is struggling with paralysis due to an auto accident, exploring your legal options is paramount if the wreck was caused by a reckless driver.
According to findings published by Birth Injury Guide, traumatic brain injury is the leading cause of disability and death in infants and children. Infant TBIs occur when a physical force from the outside puts pressure on or strikes the head. Typically, TBIs occur during childbirth and may happen when the head gets stuck in the birth canal or when a California doctor uses forceps or some other instrument with too much force on the baby's head. TBIs during infancy may also occur when the birthing process takes too long, thereby causing the infant to lose oxygen.
If you have suffered a medical mishap in California, your first instinct may be to go to court and get money to pay for your suffering and damages. There are often news stories about settlements in malpractice suits. Many times, you may hear of people getting large amounts of money, millions of dollars, for example, in settlements. However, what you may not know is that some settlement damages have a cap.
The roads in California can be bustling, busy, and full of all types of vehicles. Unfortunately, the mix of large and small vehicles on the road can lead to accidents with disproportionately large injuries for one party. Some of the most impactful of these injuries can occur beyond what the eye can see, as well. Today, we will focus on brain injuries and their least expected impact.