Archive for October 2018

Staying Safe on Halloween: Follow These Quick Tips!

Share This!Halloween: for most of us we have fond memories of trick-or-treating with friends, dressing up in spooky costumes, and eating way too much candy–all while our parents kept us safely in their sights. Most children wait all year for this holiday, and it’s one that creates happy memories for years to come.

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Mental Anguish is Just as Painful as Physical Suffering

While physical pain and suffering may be treatable and have a clearly defined road to recovery (physical therapy, joint replacement, lifelong targeted treatments), mental anguish is a less understood and therefore a less often treated consequence of a serious accident caused by another.

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The Hidden Severity of Concussions

Whether a concussion injury occurs while playing a full contact sport such as football or is sustained in an accident, the severity of this type of injury should not be ignored.

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The Mental Anguish of Disfigurement After Accident

When an injured victim undergoes physical changes due to an accident for which they were not at-fault, the mental pain they must endure throughout their recovery, and often for the rest of their lives can be catastrophic.

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