Motor Vehicle Accidents

How do you identify a head injury?

In car crashes, some injuries have a higher rate of occurrence than others. This includes injuries to the back, neck and head. Head injuries often come along with the possibility of brain damage due to concussion, bleeding or swelling in the brain. It is important to...

How to keep your teen driver safe

As a parent, it can be hard to feel at peace when your teen takes the car. You know that driving can be dangerous, but not letting your teen drive to protect them is not the best option. Your teen needs to drive eventually for different reasons, and it would be unfair...

How do you identify skull fractures?

When faced with traumatic impact injuries to the head, your brain will likely suffer damage. Though the skull is not as soft, even the hard protective layer of bone can end up taking on injury in severe enough circumstances. Because of how badly skull fractures can...

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