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Catastrophic Injuries

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Lit matchstick can cause burn injuries

Catastrophic Injuries: Discussing Burn Injuries

The American Burn Association (ABA) reported that there were around 486,000 burn incidents in 2016. If you’ve ever suffered a burn – even a minor one—you are well aware of how painful they can be. Burn injuries are not to be taken lightly, especially if they were caused by the negligence of another person. They… Read more »

X-ray of spinal cord injury

Discussing Spinal Cord Injuries in Washington

Spinal cord injuries have a devastating effect  on the lives of the people afflicted, along with their family and loved ones. Spinal cord injuries are characterized as either non-traumatic or traumatic. Non-traumatic injuries are the result of slow internal damage to the spinal cord region. On the other hand, a traumatic spinal cord injury may… Read more »

Infographic on brain injuries

Top Causes for Traumatic Brain Injuries | Infographic

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are major cause of death and disability. Each day, an average of 153 people in the United States die from injuries that involve TBI. The statistics are startling, but they are important to understand. We put together an infographic to explain the leading causes of traumatic brain injuries. If you have… Read more »

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What Defines a Catastrophic Injury? | Tacoma Injury Law Firm

A “catastrophic injury” or traumatic injury is a general term that can be applied to a wide variety of injuries that cause a person to become permanently disabled. Generally speaking, the injury to the victim is so severe that it leaves the person with permanent damage that causes them to be unable to work or… Read more »