June 27, 2011

There are two different types of brain injuries – traumatic brain injuries and acquired brain injuries. While both disrupt the brain’s normal functioning, each has a different set of causes.

Traumatic brain injuries are generally caused by a blow to the head. Often, this jarring blow will cause your brain to crash into your skull. However, certain injuries may cause an object to puncture the skull, damaging the brain. These blows to the head are commonly the result of:

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February 28, 2011


What is the difference between premises liability and “slip & fall” accidents?

Slip and fall accidents are actually one type of premises liability claim. In fact, slip and falls are the most common type of premises liability claim filed in the state of Arkansas. A slip and fall is exactly that: a person slips, trips, or falls and sustains a serious injury or dies as a result of an unsafe situation while on someone else’s property. Generally, the slip and fall was caused by the property owner or manager not taking suitable care to keep the property safe for...

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