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Spine Injury

How to Recognize a Spinal Cord Injury After a Car Accident

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Violent car accidents can lead to violent injuries. Some of the most severe injuries caused by car accidents involve the brain and spine. However, if your spinal cord injury was caused by a Missouri car accident involving negligence, you might be able to obtain significant compensation. All you have to do is talk to a Kansas… Continue reading How to Recognize a Spinal Cord Injury After a Car Accident

Can a Spinal Cord Injury Be Repaired?

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Understanding Spinal Cord Injuries Spinal cord injuries are serious. While some treatments and therapies can help someone regain partial function and have some recovery, any damage to the spinal cord is permanent. In the most severe cases, there are long-term consequences someone could face. Here’s what you need to know. Most Common Causes of Spinal… Continue reading Can a Spinal Cord Injury Be Repaired?

What are Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries?

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When someone suffers a spinal cord injury, it’s crucial to determine whether the cause was an act of negligence or if it is something that can happen in a sport or other physical contact. Unfortunately, there are many potential causes of spinal cord injuries. As these types of injuries can result in complete paralysis, understanding if… Continue reading What are Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries?

Complete vs. Incomplete: Understanding Spine Injuries

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Spine injuries. They’re some of the most severe that can occur and often have a significant impact on the injured individual’s entire life. Unfortunately, these injuries happen far too often with thousands of new cases occurring each year. Many people are unaware of the different types of spine injuries and how serious they can be.… Continue reading Complete vs. Incomplete: Understanding Spine Injuries