Canadians across the country are currently observing June as National Brain Injury Awareness Month. Although the United States currently observes this period in March, now is another time to raise awareness about the seriousness and potential lasting consequences of a significant brain injury. Johns Hopkins Medical Center has created a useful website that discussses the many types of brain injuries, how they occur, and the deficits associated with a brain injury. To learn more, please visit their website.
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If you have recently been in a car crash, it is important to closely monitor your body’s response to injury. This is especially true if you suspect that you have sustained a significant head injury. If your car accident was due to the fault of another, it may also be time to seek legal action. If you or a loved one has recently been in a car accident due to the fault of another, please contact Altoona, PA area personal injury attorney Doug Stoehr to set up an initial, free consultation. His law office can be reached by visiting his website at http://www.stoehrlaw.com or calling his firm at 814-946-4100.