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Wayne Parsons

Hawai‘i Traumatic Brain Injury Resources

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be anything from a paralyzing injury to a very subtle, almost imperceptible change in brain function. Sometimes the latter are missed by both the family and their doctors. All brain injuries are serious. Brain injury […]

David Brose

The Dangers of Abandoned Takata Airbags

The Takata airbag recall has placed a national spotlight on the dangers surrounding the faulty airbags. However, a critical safety issue is often missing from the discussion: the grave danger of abandoned or used airbags manufactured by Japan-based Takata. Used […]

Thomas Greer

Preventing Birth Injuries and Advancing the Science of Neonatal Care

Neonatal birth injuries often cause lifelong challenges for families, from daily care of the infant to long-term mental health problems, and researchers are scrambling to prevent the most commonly occurring injuries. Awareness of one of the most common birth injuries […]

Page Graves

Medical Providers’ Collection Lawsuits Against Michigan No-Fault Auto Insurers Remains Valid With A Patient Assignment

On May 8, 2018, the Michigan Court of Appeals issued a binding decision in Shah, et al v State Farm Ins Co, ___ Mich App ___ (2018).  This is the first post Covenant v State Farm Ins Co, case that […]

Mark Bello

PROMoting Teen Driving Safety During Prom and Graduation Season

High school is full of defining moments for teens and two of the highlights are prom and graduation. While a cause for celebrating, statistics confirm that prom and graduation season — the months of April, May, and June — is […]

Mark Bello

Lawsuit Financial Supports Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Spring has finally arrived! It’s a time when more and more motorcyclists are returning to the streets nationwide. Historically, this also means an increase in motorcycle crashes. This past weekend, in Michigan alone, shows how motorcycle accidents can be serious, […]

Leto Copeley

You’ve Been Sexually Assaulted: What’s Next?

Sexual assaults (stranger rape, date rape, unwanted touching, forced sexual acts, or abuse) cause intense trauma, stress, fear, and confusion. Some victims are too horrified to focus on caring for themselves. We hope you never encounter the brutality of sexual […]

Thomas Greer

Rapid Diagnosis of a Brain Injury May No Longer Require a Trip to the Hospital

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) hospitalize and kill thousands of people annually in the United States, with children, teenagers and senior citizens being the most vulnerable. The simple truth is young children play hard, teenagers enjoy physical sports, and seniors can […]

Thomas Greer

Helmet Videos Show How Unfriendly Bike Lanes Can Be in Tennessee

For anyone who doubts how unsafe riding a bicycle in traffic can be, Chattanooga resident Matt Stevens recently showed firsthand with video footage he’s captured during a beautiful springtime ride with a GoPro camera strapped to his cycling helmet. Living […]

Mark Bello

Racism Must No Longer Be a Social Norm

On April 12, two black men walked into a Philadelphia Starbucks. Before placing an order, they reportedly sat down to wait for an acquaintance to arrive. However, the store manager called the police and had the two men arrested for […]