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What accidents commonly cause brain injuries?

Traumatic brain injuries occur in a wide variety of ways throughout the state of California. Often, these incidents are caused by the negligent actions of another individual, business, or entity. The Facts About Brain Injuries According to data available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we can see that there were approximately…

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Types of Brain Injuries

Primary brain injuries refer to the sudden injury the brain can incur right at the time of an impact. Secondary brain injuries refer to the changes that occur over the hours and days following a primary brain injury. This includes changes at the chemical, tissue, cellular, or blood vessel levels that contribute to further injury…

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Proving Invisible Injuries

When a person sustains a brain injury, the causes of symptoms are not always apparent on CT or MRI. There are not always X-rays that show a skull fracture or that reflect free blood in the brain tissue. Findings like dilated pupils, loss of consciousness, and loss of coordination can be transitory. Occasionally there are…

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Fourteen Walkup Firm Attorneys Selected for 2022 Super Lawyers Northern California Lists

Shareholder Michael A. Kelly Secures Number-one Vote-getter For Third Year In A Row Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger is pleased to announce that four of its shareholders, Michael A. Kelly, Richard Schoenberger, Khaldoun Baghdadi, and Doris Cheng, have been honored with selection to the 2022 Northern California Super Lawyers “Top 100” list. This year, Mr….

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Neurobehavioral Problems After a Brain Injury

Our clients who survive mild, moderate, and severe traumatic brain injuries often suffer post-traumatic chronic neurobehavioral issues. Whether we can convince jurors these complications are real and life-changing requires that our clients pursue appropriate treatment and evaluation. What are Neurological Issues After a Brain Injury Neurobehavioral conditions that are a consequence of a brain injury…

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