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Does your state require that parents be notified if their child suffers a brain injury

A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that alters the way your brain functions. Concussions occur more often than we hear about in the world of professional sports. But they also occur in youth sports. What kind of laws, if any, are in place to protect your children if they suffer a brain injury while playing sports? Does your state require that parents be notified if their child suffers a brain injury? Read this article and find out. The answer may surprise you.

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Barbara S. Williams Received A Civil Justice Foundation Award from Joan Claybrook


Barbara S. Williams received an award on behalf of Brain Injury Services from the Civil Justice Foundation and it's Founder (Joan Claybrook) at the American Association for Justice Annual Convention.

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TBI Patient’s Story: Never Give Up…Persevere!

My name is Mahlon Frankhauser and the name of my talk is “Never give up ~ persevere!” I was a securities attorney for 40 years and during that time worked for the SEC and The New York Stock Exchange. For the last 28 years I had been a partner of a large International nationwide law firm from which I am now retired due to my injury and inability to practice law.

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Kit Callahn's Story and the Miracle Mile

On November 8, 2006, our law firm hosted a luncheon for the Speakers Bureau of Brain Injury Services. At the luncheon, four speakers shared their stories about surviving a brain injury.

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Barbara S. Williams Organizes Brain Injury Services Dulles Greenway Charity Event

We held our Greenway Charity Event "Open House" Yesterday. As many of you know, we are trying to position BIS to become a major recipient of funds from this annual event. The Greenway Manager actually spent quite a bit of time at the Loudoun Office with us so we have "high hopes" for our chances to be part of this. They have already donated "passes" in the amount of $2,000 to cover our case managers expenses going out there. Our case manager, Chris Swenson is responsible for getting the ball rolling on this. Barbara donated her car to drive up and down the greenway with our logo and wearing "brain helmets". She set up the open house and donated all the food as well as spent countless hours organizing all of this. SHE IS AMAZING!!! Please look at the attached picture of Chris and Barbara coming back from the Greenway to the Loudoun Office. Karen W. Brown Executive Director Brain Injury Services, Inc. 8136 Old Keene Mill Road, B-102 Springfield, Virginia 22152

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Brain Injury Treatments for Wounded Soldiers Home From Afghanistan and Iraq.

This question and answer section from The Washington Post gave readers a chance to ask Dr. David Williamson, Director of the inpatient Traumatic Brain Injury Unit at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, questions about traumatic brain injuries. Click the link below to read more.

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CDC Guidelines: How to Prevent a Concussion

Helpful guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on how to prevent a concussion. Common signs and symptoms of a concussion are listed in the event a head injury does occur.

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Advances in Traumatic Brain Injury Treatments Gives Improved Outlook for Patients

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Study of “Battlefield Blast Injuries” to Soldiers’ Brains

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The Realities of Brain Injuries in the NFL

Read More About Brain injury sustained by young man while playing football as a lineman causes well known author Malcolm Gladwell to write New Yorker piece on the realities of brain injuries in the NFL...

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Teen's brain injuries are slow to heal

Fifteen-year-old Arielle Serrano still needs help to recover. Arielle was hit by a car in March as she crossed Dale Mabry Highway, by Plant High School. Her fractured bones - pelvic and lower right leg - have mended. But progress in healing her brain injuries has been slow. Doctors have described her as being in a "low-response state." She is more alert than a person in a coma, and has times when she sleeps and when she wakes. She is making slow progress, but she can't get up or do things for herself, said her father, Jose Serrano. For more details, follow the link below.

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