Premises liability is an area of the law that protects parties who enter the property of another from harm. There is a reasonable expectation of the safety when someone enters onto another's property and it is protected through premises liability laws. Premises liability laws allow injured victims to bring a claim for their physical, financial and emotional harm through a persona injury claim for damages.
This blog recently discussed rehabilitation from a brain injury. Victims and families suffering from a brain injury may wonder about the costs of treatment as they grapple with the physical, financial and emotional impact of a traumatic brain injury. Brain injury costs can be a significant burden for victims and families while they are already trying to adjust to the changes that inevitably follow a traumatic brain injury.
Previous posts here have mentioned the dangers that Connecticut residents face when they are involved in a motor vehicle accident. The most serious injury is likely a brain injury, which can leave an individual paralyzed or otherwise permanently disabled. These victims will not only face the prospect of intensive medical treatment in the immediate aftermath of the injury, but also the prospect of a lengthy - and expensive - rehabilitation outlook.
There have been a few breaks of spring weather recently here in Connecticut, and many people may be thinking that it is time to get their motorcycles out and go for a ride soon. The same as every year, we will start to see more motorcycles on the roads in Connecticut in the coming weeks. Unfortunately, that also means that we will begin to see news reports about motorcycle accidents occurring. These accidents can be extremely dangerous for motorcyclists and any passengers they have, resulting in cuts and bruises and even more serious injuries, too.
Concussion issues have been in the news quite a bit over the last few years. Experts in the medical field are learning more about these brain injuries which, contrary to what may have been believed in the past, can have a lasting impact on a person. The good news is that, according to a recent report, a new blood test has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration that helps detect concussions in adults.