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Month: February 2016

Know The Signs Of Internal Bleeding And Seek Immediate Medical Attention

A Multi-disciplinary rescue team, consisting of paramedics, fireman and a police officer tending to the victim of a car crash
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Traffic accidents can take people’s lives or make them disabled permanently. Sometimes it’s the big accidents that can result in the death of a person, and at times even the smallest of the impacts can take a person’s life. People who manage to survive such accidents end up with complications in their lives.

They might become disabled and remain unable to live their lives as they used to before the injuries. Internal bleeding is one of the serious injuries that can cause a person to become disabled or paralyzed for life. There are many other damages that internal bleeding can result in.

A person whose internal organs have started to bleed due to an accident needs immediate medical attention. At the same time, the relatives and family members of such a person should get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible to receive the proper compensation for the damages from the offending party.

People need to be educated on the topic of internal bleeding so they can know when their loved ones are in danger due to this problem. Here is some important information about internal bleeding.


Impacts That Can Often Cause Internal Bleeding

A car accident that results in a trauma could often cause internal bleeding in a person. However, small impacts can also cause this type of bleeding so getting doctor’s immediate help is always highly recommended. Here are the common impacts that could result in internal bleeding.

  • Trauma From Blunt Force

When a blunt object hits the person with force, it can result in internal bleeding because it causes the organ of the body to become compressed. The compression of the organ causes bleeding inside the organ. If the lining of the organ gets punctured the blood will enter the abdominal areas. In short, this is a serious type of internal bleeding that needs immediate medical attention.

  • Impacts Due To Sudden Stops

When a vehicle has an accident, it comes to a stop all of a sudden. Human bodies do not have good resistance against such sudden stops. When such stops cause the brain that is floating inside the skull to hit the walls with pressure, internal bleeding could be the result. Internal bleeding in the skull or brain is considered serious damage and needs to be addressed with utmost promptness to avoid any permanent damages to the person.

  • Injury Caused By Medication

People who take a lot of medicines or who have to take a strong medicine that has strong side effects can end up with bleeding internal organs. Such side effects of medication can arise when the doctor diagnoses the patient for a wrong condition, and the patient ends up having wrong medicine.


How Would You Know Internal Bleeding Has Occurred

A person is having internal bleeding will show several signs. However, these signs can be different in different people because the conditions that resulted in internal bleeding are different for different people.

Most commonly noticed signs of internal bleeding are as follows:

  • Clammy skin can be a sign of internal bleeding. It might be coupled with sudden drop in blood pressure. The pulse will also increase by a great degree.
  • Sometimes you will notice bruises on the skin of the person who had an accident. These bruises are clear on the skin because the blood travels from inside to against the outermost layers of the skin.
  • Feelings of dizziness are also signs of internal bleeding. This dizziness is often felt when a person stands up.
  • Bleeding from nose and ears is also a big sign of internal bleeding taking place in a person.
  • If an area of the body is looking inflamed and the person can feel pain upon touching, this could be a sign of internal bleeding too.

When internal bleeding takes place it takes the toll on other parts of the body as well. Brain and eyes are the organs that get affected by internal bleeding a lot.

If you or someone you know has internal bleeding, then the effects on the brain would be something like:

  • Seizures
  • One side of the body might start to feel weak and numb
  • Tiredness and lethargy
  • Vomiting
  • Nauseating sensation
  • Coma
  • Noticeable slur while speaking
  • Fainting

When internal bleeding takes its toll on eyes the symptoms are as follows:

  • The person might completely lose his/her eyesight.
  • The vision is blurred, smoky or hazy.
  • The person will notice floating objects in the vision while looking at things.

How Will You Treat Internal Bleeding?

First, if you have noticed any of the signs mentioned above it is highly recommended that you take the patient to the doctor as soon possible. If possible, the doctors will try to fix the problem using pills and tablets. However, the damage can be severe at times and any ruptures, punctures, and compressions that can’t be taken care of with conventional methods are repaired through surgery.

Getting Law On Your Side

It does not matter how big or small the accident was that caused internal bleeding in your body or in the body of someone you know. If internal bleeding is taking place, you will have to visit a doctor, get surgery, stay at the hospital and spend thousands of dollars to get the treatment. That’s where the law and lawyers come in.

They provide you the legal representation that you need in order to obtain full compensation of the damages done to you. Lawyers can help you in ways you might not have imagined. If you live in Los Angeles California and have had such a case, knock on the door of Ehline Law Firm.

This is the law firm where you are represented by lawyers who have spent decades in the field helping people get justice for the damages done to them. They specialize not only in car accidents but virtually any imaginable type of accident that can take place on a road. They will assist you to the end so not only will you receive financial compensation for your medical expenses but you will also receive full compensation for mental agony, physical pain, and loss of income.

TBI Means Only the Good Die Young?

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The results of traumatic brain injuries can be long lasting. People can lose their cognitive abilities. Thus, the more severe, the more permanent the harm can be to the victim. People start facing challenges with emotions and develop many physical damages after having a serious traumatic brain injury.

However, even the medical pros were aware until recently that slight concussions could cause long-term adverse effects on the lives.

Little Head Blows Cause Big Injuries

Hence, studies show these small blows to the head can cause long-term damages. The symptoms can sometimes remain invisible for the life of the brain injury victim. But often the victim’s don’t recognize the problem. So this could be akin to the “Emperor With no Clothes” syndrome. As a matter of fact, we see this behavior in people with cognitive and mental disabilities.

Physical and Emotional Toll of TBI

The damages caused by traumatic brain injury are not just related to emotions. Often, physical challenges and cognitive abilities of a person are entirely out of whack. A severe TBI will always come as an enormous financial blow to the receiver. However, when there is another party involved in the incident that caused TBI, the injured person has full entitlement. So he is allowed by law to receive compensation from the negligent party.

Of course, physical and emotional loss can’t get repaired. But the financial loss can get compensated. So if you have taken the pain of a traumatic brain injury or someone you love has, get in touch with Ehline Law Firm. Do it right now to receive full compensation for your loss.

There have been several studies conducted. The objective was to know the consequences of traumatic brain injuries. Two of the most mentionable ones are:

  • Brain Ages Faster After TBI Study

Doctors use neurological imaging. Because of this, they can find out the age of their patients. Also, they examine the state of the brain. Hence, this scan tells them the age of the person and its state.

However, a recent study involved those who had received brain injury at some point in their lives and those who had not. This study tricked the experts reading these brain injury scans. Also, those with brain injuries taking part in the study received injuries in automobile accidents, sports, etc.

Images of the brains of all participants were part of a presentation to the medical professionals. They then had to estimate the patient’s age based on their scans. Thus, when they received scans of people with intact brains, they predicted their ages quickly as they normally do.

But they were not able to do so when they received the scans of people with TBIs. The white and gray matter of the brain showed amazing results as examined by doctors. Of particular note, doctors discovered that the ages of these injured people predicted to be more than their actual ages.

Brain Damaged Victims Scanned as Four Years Older?

In most cases, they predicted the age of the wounded people to be nearly four years more than the real ages. When brain atrophy metrics measured, findings showed their brains deteriorated more when the injuries were severe.

Mostly, brains of the people with serious injuries looked much older. Furthermore, the brains of the less, or non-injured citizens were younger in appearance. In a nutshell, this damage to the brain remains mostly unseen in most traumatic cases.

  • Life Span Often Shortens.

Journal of Neurology hosted another recent study also conducted for the same purposes. So there was a total of 2,428 patients with less severe traumatic brain injuries. Another group consisted of people with intact brains.

Post study research shows:

  • Multiple traumatic brain injuries often shorten a person’s life.
  • 1.4 times higher likelihood of dying in people with head injuries. Contrast this with those with no injuries at all.
  • Those who received traumatic brain injuries were prone to die within 15 years of their injury. Contrast this with people with intact brains.
  • People who had traumatic brain injuries and are between 15 and 54 years of age are likely to die early. Hence, 4.2 times higher likelihood of death as compared to those who don’t have any TBIs.

From this study, we can conclude that people who have received traumatic brain injuries have higher chances of dying earlier. Contrast this with their healthy fellow beings. Quite alarming remains the fact that younger people (i.e. between the age of 15 and 54), have higher chances of dying early.

Contact Sports Carry Increased Risk of Early Demise?

Thus, when victims received traumatic brain injuries, the risks elevate of an early demise. So the case remains the same for severe and mild traumatic brain injuries. What this means is that if sportsmen played any contact sport, they are at elevated risk for brain damage. Particularly pertinent, sports like football, hockey or boxing are putting your life in danger. Hence even with light contact, this remains true. So even with minor blows to the head can ruin you.

The doctors have to make sure that they don’t merely rely on regular brain tests. So they cannot just proclaim a patient of traumatic brain injury safe.

So they must go for deeper scans of the person’s brain. Also, this remains true for patients who have received even minor head injuries. Last, this can prove to be hugely helpful for those who are fighting personal injury cases. Most of all, it opens the door to receive compensation.

Get In Touch With Ehline Law Firm

At Ehline Law Firm we retain the most professional lawyers of the field. Our attorneys have decades of experience handling personal injury cases. We continue to help people with their personal injury cases. Each of us does this on a daily basis. We have already won millions of dollars for our clients.

We bind ourselves by our duty to those that entrust us. Our firm finds every major and minor piece of information. All of this that can help you with your traumatic brain injury case. In addition to recompense for the most visible damages, we will make sure victims get compensation. Last, we do this for their unseen brain injury costs too.

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Doctors Were Stumped Till Now on Treatment of TBI?

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Doctors finally have a chance to treat brain injury.

Quite comforting it must be when you imagine your doctors know everything.  And in most cases our doctors do know everything they need to know. But a few cases exist where they don’t have the best information or expertise.

In the case of treating TBI, they had been somewhat stumped for years. Especially true was the case when they were posed with broad questions. The brain is just so complex. But repairing the brain is the main goal of all healers.

The Black Box?

David Ryser takes care of Intermountain Medical Center Neuro-Specialty Rehabilitation Unit in Murry. He acts as a medical director. Of note, he has used the term “black box” when defining the practice of various clinicians when it comes to rehab for patients with brain injuries.

Thus, he says that you will hear the clinicians say that recovery worked for a patient. But according to him, this information remains sparse. A lot of stuff remains hidden underneath that term. And it cannot yet be answered precisely.

So the problem for researchers is finding the exact process among hundreds of operations. So the key remains finding out the goings on as part of the cure.

The Evolution of Practice Based Evidence in Diagnosing and Curing Brain Injury

A big research project started seven years back. Further, it initiated by professors of biomedical informatics at the University of Utah. Their names are Susan Horn and David Ryser. Susan Horn gained fame for prioritizing “practice-based evidence.” The study, published in a medical journal, showed 2000 subjects as part of the research. These topics’ researched located around ten rehab centers in various regions.

Also, rehab centers included in the study were not only in the US but Canada too. One of those patients was Greg Nordfelt. So he had been a great motorcyclist in Salt Lake. Now Greg works as a banker at 53 years of age. Having a bad stomach one day, Greg fell off his Harley Davidson in Idaho. He suffered injuries to his skull and left brain. So his normal life stopped right there.

Intermountain Medical Center was the place where he was brought after his accident. In addition to the brain injury, he had received serious injuries to his legs. Greg recalls that the first thing he did when he came to his senses. Mind you; this was after two weeks of being on the bed unconscious.

What he did was to follow the instructions of the staff. The people at the center for therapy gave him tasks. The patient received immediate physical therapy. The client also received occupational and speech therapy. He went through several processes just like any other patient like him does.

The Butterfly Puzzle Example of Success.

He recalls receiving a puzzle of just four pieces. When you joined all the pieces of the puzzle together, it was a butterfly. He recalls this incident and cries with tears. Then he explains that he could not put such a simple piece of the puzzle together for so long. Finally, he was able to put the pieces together.

He had found out that it was a butterfly. However, it was even more shocking for him when he could not tell the doctors what he saw on the completed puzzle – a butterfly.

50,000 TBI Deaths Per Year.

Traumatic brain injuries are a huge problem for the country. Because they caused 50,000 deaths in just one year in 2010 shows their dangers. (Read more.) Also, as stated by several experts from CDC, more studies are sought after. So the argument is that all the things are missing in the previous studies or not answered.

These can be answered with more data. The health effects of traumatic brain injuries are many. So this includes physical, cognitive and mental. And these effects may change completely from one patient to another.

The Many Factors Involved in TBI Treatment

Why it remains nearly impossible to pinpoint the working factors in a rehab involves hundreds of factors. Think about the factors that make one patient different from another:

  • His age when he received brain injury,
  • Intensity of the impact,
  • The damages of the brain injury,
  • Treatments he is receiving etc.

Horn explains the question about rehab. He says when you ask this question the person who should answer is clueless. The answerer just thinks that it impossible to pinpoint. Horn said that practice-based evidence might be the only thing that works. It could allow clinicians to answer such questions. He said that using practice-based evidence means collecting loads of data. Knowing more about the remedy of patients while working on them remains key.

Statistical Based Research on Brain Injury Treatment

After collecting the data the modern statistical techniques become invaluable. Also, this helps find out the most effective processes. Nordfelt was one of the many patients who went through therapy and recovery. He did so immediately after the brain injury. So his treatment provided every dot of the information about his recovery. This information was key to researchers.

Thus, these researchers kept records of everything that he was going through. So from his speech therapy hours to the type of food he got through tubes, researched derived. 1000 clinicians produced notes and records. Records about sessions amounted to a total of 350,000. Also, this was huge data. Furthermore, such large amounts of data are unprecedented in the past for recovering patients.

The study, in summary, includes 14 papers. According to the main points mentioned in its published version:

The ideal time interval between the injury and rehabilitation should be as small as possible for the best results. So according to Ryser, his team stays in touch with the ICU. Hence, this allows the patients admitted rehab as soon as possible.

Intensity of the therapy achieved higher priority and preference than its length and amount. Also, in the study, doctors taught most of the patients to sit up and move around on the bed only. Such practices help the patients recover faster. Such is the case with cognitive and motor related troubles.

Researchers deduced that feeding tubes play a huge role in the fast recovery of the patient. According to Ryser, taking care of feeding tubes is often a troubling task. So for the staff, it proved it mattered a lot. Again, the report mentions a providing diet high in proteins really helped the patient a lot. So at least 25% of the total diet during their entire stay ideally is composed of such high protein diet.

Limitations of Brain Injury Studies

While such studies often such how the patients with severe brain injuries seek treatment, they are not easy to conduct. So this was due to several limitations. So the biggest limitation to such research and studies remains finances. Of particular interest, this particular study cost nearly $7 million dollars. Furthermore, such money funded through grants.

Thus, the study was hard. Also, only serious professionals could conduct such a thorough study again. So Nordfelt has thankful thoughts of the staff there. Also, he remains grateful for the positive dealings with them. Most relevant here, he said that Intermountain and similar centers build appreciation. He says we need to work with more aggression on patients. He feels he got his life back due their efforts.

Volunteering and Giving Back

Hence, Nordfelt has now volunteered there with his wife. Also, he won’t leave any opportunity of giving back. He wants to thank the institution that did so much for him. So Ryser says that after the study and its results, practice-based evidence finally received recognition. And this was well deserved.

He said that brain injury and Psychiatry related rehab are the places where practice-based evidence is the only way to analyze data. Also, it is the best way to reach a result. Contrast this with randomized controlled trials. He says they have not helped much in these cases.

Accepting Practice-Based Evidence

Horn said that NIH has always been reluctant in accepting practice based evidence but things might change in future. Thus, according to Horn, they are compelled to accept practice based evidence.

Because of this, randomized controlled trials have produced the same information over and over. So they might not get any other option than accepting practice-based evidence. This is the most effective way of researching.

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The True Cost of Severe Brain Injury

Dementia disease and a loss of brain function and memories
Human brain research and memory loss as symbol of Alzheimer’s concept with missing pieces of the puzzle

For many, their biggest fear is a severe head or spinal injury. Either can permanently affect their mobility. These ailments can also drastically change personality and quality of life of the victims. For many victims, the changes are permanent and irreversible.

Even treatable conditions can take months or years. They can also lead to thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars in bills. This is in combination with lost work, severe changes to your family, and tremendous pain and suffering.

There are no winners in such injuries. The severity of brain injuries can take many forms and come with an enormous number of complications. A Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI, caused by accident is a devastating diagnosis.

What does one do when faced with an injury in such a manner? It is first and foremost important to work with your family, doctor, and attorney as they determine the exact amount of damage that you face. Common issues include the cost of immediate treatment. Another big one is lost work. These are just the tip of the iceberg. There could be other issues not even considered early in the process.


Are Brain Injury Costs a Complex Problem?

Being able to determine the true cost of the injury adequately is complex– a bit of combining actuarial math with medical science. The sheer cost of therapy can reach into the millions. Your attorney and doctor can work together to estimate your lifetime.

You must find out the costs of such rehabilitation, and we will do the job to have it paid in full. You can also fit in the cost of your medications and psychological stress. Many people lose significant quality of life. This includes their ability to spend time with their family. They may not even be able to consort with their significant other. They will be entitled to general and special damages in the form of money to pay for their losses.

  • The Many Factors That We Must Calculate in Resolving a TBI Claim

There is no pain or problem too small to examine. Each one can cascade with other factors to completely reshape an injury victim’s life. This can cause them to be unable to successfully lead the life that they did previously or wanted to. They may face confinement to a wheelchair or cognitively impaired due to their injury. No matter what the injury, making sure that you are in the best condition to meet it is necessary.

Ehline Law has handled many similar cases in the past and thus have seen the sheer effects of such injuries on many of our clients. This is why we have stuck with them through thick and thin to rebuild their lives as much as possible. For more information, including a free, no-pressure consultation contact us now. Please call or email us today at any time of day or night.

Can Small Blows to the Head Can Cause Brain Damage?

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Head impacts and a loss of brain function and losing memories as medical health care symbol of neurology and mental problems with a pencil eraser removing the head anatomy on a grunge old parchment paper.
So is it a fact, or is it fiction? Do small blows to the head set the stage for future brain damage? The fact is, many people will ignore smaller head blows, especially in sports because they believe it won’t affect them as much. Also, many people’s lives halt when they get a concussion. Some people will simply ignore hits to the head by soccer balls or in tackles, let alone amateur boxing, judo, or jiu-jitsu.

Thus, it is a reality we parents face in sports. We always have to balance our need to protect our kids. So we balance this along with their need to learn common sense with our guidance always close by.

Are there Risks of Going Psychotic and Blows to the Head?

Increasing research correlates football injuries to other problems later in life like suicide, or going psychotic. So remember the threat that such head blows could present.

Especially this will be the case with undocumented small impacts. Hence, what might seem like several hits to the head over the course of a sports career could instead be hundreds. Also, they could lose memories through time. Last, cumulatively, these injuries could cause severe issues for the players.

We’ve all seen it on TV or have done it ourselves. Often soccer players would hit the ball with their heads in play. These headers might seem harmless but instead, cause brain damage. Particularly relevant here, immediate symptoms may stay dormant. And this remains true even if it happens dozens and dozens of times a year. Recent research cited by the Los Angeles Times reports that a study of soccer players showed a correlation between such actions and problems with memory, vision, focus, and cognition.

Also, all of these issues add together to become a major danger for all sports players. Hence, it also poses a risk for people in work conditions that leads to small head blows and sudden movements. Altogether, these could cause severe problems in later life. Most of all, the root causes can remain undiscovered.

Proper Medical Care Remains Key

If you or a loved one have suffered from brain damage or related problems such as vision issues and played sports or worked in such an environment, make sure that you have proper care. The assistance of a specialized doctor and attorney can determine the cause.

So such problems can be found, and the actions of others could be ruled out or held liable. Also, a heavy hitter lawyer proves the key to success. Hence, a gray-haired jurist with wrinkles can help determine if these health problems have left you physically challenged. Also, these experts can determine reduced work ability.

A specialized head attorney, such as one from Ehline Law Firm will be surely able to assist you. Thus, even the most complex of legal problems allows resolution. Also, they help you in dealing with and understanding what we know about head injuries.

And due to our experience in helping brain injured victims, we have a winning record. So our skilled staff and outside helpers have fought and won similar cases for injury victims. Therefore, we have the experience to help you through this difficult time.

Most excellent brain injury lawyers can find ways to cover already spent expenses and those that will likely accrue over time. Crucial it will be for to seek legal aid early on. In fact, statutes of limitations can come into play. Failure to get help early can lead to you losing the legal right to sue. Most of the time you have two years. But that won’t always be correct. If you blow it, you give up rights to the money.

Liability Waivers, Sports, and Kids.

An important aspect in cases such as this are whether a waiver was signed. If signed by the parents or supervising adult, a problem arises. And these waivers have been historically upheld by courts. In fact, many have helped stop suits in tort.

But in other cases, California courts have found that engaging in a sport where the injury is an inherent factor means you cannot sue! That is why boxers cannot sue each other, for example, if they are sparring, or in a sanctioned fight.

Now on the other hand, if a boxer was to bring a Colt 1911 45 ACP pistol to a boxing match, no inherent risk of boxing would call for getting shot. As soon as opponent enters the ring, racks the slide, aims and shoot his opponent there no assumption of risk exists. Gunfire would never be an average, ordinary risk inherent in sports like boxing.

In fact, gun wounds at a pistol match couldn’t even be a reasonable risk associated with target shooting. However, a ricochet is a risk often associated with shooting steel targets, for example. So this, in some cases renders a lawsuit impractical in most cases of injury or death unless an exception applies. Last, this later applies based upon a unique set of facts of the case.

What About Assumption of the Risk and Sports Brain Injuries?

This means that new lawsuits for these types of injuries may face disbarment as a matter of law. Or they can be substantially harder under the Knight v. Jewett line of cases. I am an expert at these types of cases. I believe that many PI lawyers will be hesitant to bring lawsuits for minor head blow type injuries of children who play soccer. At least in California this probably holds true, or unless there an exception applies. There would need to be other circumstances present that would render Knight, supra, inapplicable to the case.

We know that in cases of football, the League allegedly to hid data about the overall effectiveness of the helmets. The old head protection the players wore at the time of the various blows to the head was less protective than the NFL implied. In this case, it was the cover-up, and less the injury.

After all, the Knight test certainly would find that brain injuries are an inherent risk in the sport of football. Of course, some would argue a “foul play” exceeds an inherent risk. But alas, courts found on more than one occasion that being tackled and hurt remains part of the sport. Of course, flag football and non-contact sports won’t carry these same inherent risks.

Overwhelming Number of NFL Players with Brain Damage.

In one study, 76 out of 79 decedents who were former NFL players had brain damage. So these findings based on dissection of their brains. Study of these brains commenced by experts in their prospective fields (Read More Here.) In the soccer case, I find it difficult to see how parents, guardians, school authorities, leagues like AYSO, and soccer moms, in general, couldn’t know of a risk. Head butts, kicks to the head of a fallen player, slaps, pushing, shoving are common. This goes in the sport of child, or adult soccer matches and even during practice.

Pitfalls of Delayed Discovery.

The fact that parents were unaware of the risk of head injuries would likely work against them. So no excuse exists to let the child’s brain damage worsen. When a grown adult discovers the injuries were from soccer years ago, it may be too late. That said, what about cases where children refused to voluntarily participate in organized sports? Also, what about soccer matches while attending private or public schools? These are all important factors.

Most relevant here, we may just have a case, based upon the delayed discovery rule. But we would need to flesh out the facts and see where this would take us. For every rule, there is an exception. And a courageous and intelligent lawyer is indispensable. Last, these expert professionals find the exceptions. And they enforce the rules in favor of the victims.


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