Traumatic Brain Injury and Epilepsy

Traumatic brain injuries are scary because there are so many unknowns. The injured person could be left with serious long-term physical, mental or emotional problems, including epilepsy. The attorneys at TSR Injury Law have handled many traumatic brain injury cases, with excellent settlements and verdicts. We care that you are hurting and want to help. Call 612-TSR-TIME or submit our free … [Read more...]

Hyperbaric Chamber Treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury

There is more research being done on the use of hyperbaric chamber treatments to improve traumatic brain injury outcomes by increasing oxygen concentration. With increased oxygen concentration, the blood increases its capacity (quantity) and capabilities (quality) to carry oxygen, leading to increased oxygen saturation and regeneration of cells. The capabilites are increased due to growth of new … [Read more...]

Football Concussions and Brain Injury

There is no such thing as a mild traumatic brain injury. Even the least severe brain injury can have devastating effects — slurring of words, blurred vision, depression, and memory disorders. This is being supported by the recent data released on professional football concussions and eventual memory disorder or dementia. For years the league has minimized or denied statistics compiled by others … [Read more...]

MN Personal Injury Lawyer: Neuropsychological Evaluation

Neuropsychological evaluation (NPE) is a method for testing brain functions. NPE allows a neuropsychologist to acquire data about a person’s: cognitive motor behavioral language executive functioning This information allows for the diagnosis of a cognitive deficit or the confirmation of a diagnosis. This is especially helpful in less obvious cases of traumatic brain injury … [Read more...]

Minnesota Personal Injury Lawyer: Cerebral Anoxia

Cerebral anoxia is the term for the total lack of oxygen being delivered to the brain. Cerebral anoxia may result in seizures, coma, permanent brain damage, or death. With no oxygen, brain cells start dying in several minutes. When the brain is denied oxygen, it triggers two automatic cerebral events in an effort to maintain oxygen supply. 1. Following a cerebral anoxic event, of sufficient … [Read more...]