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December 2016 Archives

Electrode implant shows promise for spinal cord injury recovery

People who suffer from spinal cord injuries sometimes lose function permanently in affected limbs or digits. These patients must then learn how to live life by using alternative methods to do things. In some cases, this means that they will need to have caregivers assist them for the rest of their days.

The Graves Amendment limits rental car company liability

Rental car companies provide a valuable service for many people. These companies were once on the hook if a driver rented a car and then was involved in an accident. The passage of the Graves Amendment in 1995 stopped that from happening in most cases. Now, people who are injured in accidents that involve rental cars can turn to insurance companies or personal injury lawsuits to seek compensation for the damages they suffered.

Devastating injuries change your life after a spinal cord injury

The type of spinal cord injury you suffer can impact the effects you feel. Just last week, we discussed some of the differences between incomplete and complete injuries. The level of the injury is another point that matters in these cases. We look into every impact that you have to deal with because of your spinal cord injury so that we can determine what types and amounts of damages you can claim.

Not all spinal cord injury effects are the same

Spinal cord injury patients often suffer from devastating effects of their injuries for the remainder of their days. There are some spinal cord injuries that are more likely to heal than others. This information might give some accident victims a ray of hope.

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