Is it true that a mild brain injury is not serious?

No. the term mild describes only the initial insult relative to the degree of neurological severity. There may be no correlation with the degree of short or long-term impairment
or functional disability.

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Jury’s Pain and Suffering Award for 84 Year Old Woman’s Shoulder Fractures Reduced on Appeal

February 10th, 2018

On February 6, 2011, Dorothy Jones tripped and fell in the vestibule of the Harkness Pavilion at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan. As a result, Ms. Jones, then 84 years old, was in extreme... ...

Traumatic Brain Injury Jury Awards Reinstated on Appeal after Substantial Increase by Trial Judge

February 8th, 2018

On November 7, 2013, Paige Mecca, a 43 year old owner of a small solar energy company, was struck in the head and neck by a large 40 pound tray of dishes and food dropped by a waitress who lost her b... ...

Judgment Affirmed in Burn Injury Case

January 29th, 2018

On August 15, 2013, Lillyan Rosenberg received her third and final acupuncture treatment for groin pain from Jing Jiang at Jing-River Accupuncture. In addition to acupuncture needles, Dr. Jiang used... ...

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