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September 2015 Archives

Automobile manufacturer compensates drivers in fatal accidents

Colorado motorists might assume that they cannot be held criminally responsible for an accident that is the result of a defective part, but this was not the case for several individuals whose General Motors cars allegedly had faulty ignition switches. One woman who spent six months in jail had her 2004 negligent homicide plea reversed after it came to light that her car was one affected in the recall by of 2.6 million cars in 2014.

MRI shows hemorrhage from traumatic brain injury

As some Colorado residents may know, traumatic brain injuries affect approximately 1.7 million people each year, and many of them are military members serving in combat zones. Being able to adequately diagnose such an injury soon after it occurs helps in treatment and in getting the ancillary care the individual may need.

Delayed symptoms after a wreck

Car accidents are a major cause of injuries in Colorado every year. When a crash occurs, drivers or passengers may not be able to think clearly and may either feel numb or in a fog, or their mind may be flooded with concerns. Many people find that they do not experience their worst symptoms until several days after a crash.

Trauma may result in Brown-Séquard syndrome

Colorado residents may know a sudden injury to the back or neck might result in a syndrome called Brown-Séquard. This syndrome causes a loss of sensory input, muscle weakness and paralysis. Prompt diagnosis may help in treating the symptoms; however, permanent injury might occur.

Traumatic brain injuries linked to ADHD

It is no secret that a traumatic brain injury can lead to a variety of health issues at the time of the injury and for a long time afterward. A study that was published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research might interest adults in Colorado who have suffered a TBI or know a person who has suffered one.

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