Brain Injury Victims Likely To Be Re-Hospitalized

On behalf of Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C.

Research shows that patients in Wisconsin with traumatic brain injuries may be more likely to be re-hospitalized than people with other kinds of injuries. According to the study conducted by the Brain Injury Association of America, 20 percent of individuals with traumatic brain injuries are re-hospitalized for both elective and non-elective reasons. The study looked […]

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Understanding Traumatic Brain Injuries

On behalf of Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C.

Brain injuries can be particularly devastating for families. If brain function is limited due to damage, then quality of life can fall drastically. There are two basic types of traumatic brain injury: closed and penetrating. With penetrating injuries, a foreign object enters the brain. One example would be a bullet going through the skull and […]

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Facts On Traumatic Brain Injuries In Wisconsin

On behalf of Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C.

A traumatic brain injury may result from a variety of causes. The aftermath of brain trauma may include permanent disability or a prolonged coma. The medical expenses, therapy, rehabilitation and long-term care needed to care for a person with brain damage can be considerable. These traumas are a major cause of death and disability in […]

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