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DOD Invests $40 Million in New Brain Injury Treatment Research
New Brain Injury Treatment Research

Jul 10, 2014 We have represented dozens, if not hundreds of people with traumatic brain injuries, and count them as our friends, as well as our clients. Long after the initial head injury, our clients are so often plagued with thinking problems--memory, attention, processing speed and cognitive fatigue after a ... Tags: accident Add Comment
White House Joins the Call for Increased Awareness of Traumatic Brain Injuries
Increased Awareness of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Jun 05, 2014 White House Joins the Call for Increased Awareness of Traumatic Brain Injuries: Many of our clients have suffered traumatic brain injuries in motor vehicle collisions. They may have no obvious physical injuries, so it can be difficult for them to explain to friends and family that they have ... Add Comment
Tips for Cyclists and Motorists to Safely Share the Road Together
Enjoy DC-metro Area Bike to Work Day and Ride Safe

May 16, 2014 Friday, May 16, 2014 is the DC Metro area's "Bike to Work Day." The Washington Area Bicyclist Association estimates that more than 10,000 area commuters will ditch their cars and ride their bikes to work that day. Although Friday will certainly see a spike in bicycle traffic on the roads, recent ... Tags: accident, car, death, insurance, liability, motorcycle Add Comment
General Motors Belatedly Recalls 2.19 Million Vehicles Due to Deadly Air Bag Defect
Unexcusable Delay In GM's Recall Costs Lives

Apr 01, 2014 General Motors Belatedly Recalls 2.19 Million Vehicles Due to Deadly Air Bag Defect Congress has opened an investigation to determine why General Motors waited more than seven years to issue a recall of over two million vehicles it sold in the United States.* The recalls cover 2,191,146 ... Tags: product Add Comment
Lawsuits revived by soldiers over waste disposal
Mar 07, 2014 RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A federal appeals court on Thursday revived dozens of lawsuits by soldiers and others who claim they were harmed by improper waste disposal while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. The lawsuits claim Houston-based contractors KBR and Halliburton Co. exposed soldiers to toxic ... Add Comment
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