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Category Archive: Brain Injuries

What Happens if You Play Sports With a Concussion?

Stay off the Field Until Your Brain Has Healed Almost everyone has seen the news in the last few years about professional football players and their risk of developing chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a tragic brain disease linked to athletes sustaining repeated brain injuries, whether concussions or microtrauma, over the course of their careers. However, Read More

Many Accidents Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries

When you leave the house to head to work, run errands, or just to take advantage of the sights and sounds of your hometown, you expect to return home safely. No one anticipates their day will end in a health emergency, particularly not one caused by someone else’s careless, reckless, or intentionally harmful actions. Unfortunately, Read More

How Sexual Abuse Affects the Brain

Nobody wants to be the first to discuss it, but victims deserve to know: sexual abuse happens. Over 33 percent of women and nearly one in four men experience sexual assault or abuse at some point in their lives—and almost one in five women report experiencing completed or attempted rape in their lifetimes. Sexual abuse Read More

Treating Physical and Emotional Symptoms Before Cognitive Issues in TBI Survivors

Brain injury survivors may battle with a host of cognitive, physical and emotional symptoms. While many types of treatments can take place at the same time, your clients’ treaters will often seek to treat the physical and emotional symptoms before working on the survivor’s cognitive issues. There are two primary reasons for this: 1) the Read More

The top ten things to do when working with a brain injury client

Founder John Gomez and Partner Ben Coughlan, and Trial Attorney Kacie Vinel published an article in the Consumer Attorneys of California’s July/August issue of Forum Magazine. “The Top 10 Things to Do When Working with a Brain Injury Client” is designed to help trial lawyers better represent clients who have suffered brain-injuries. John, Ben and Read More

Traumatic Brainstorm: A Brain Injury Podcast: MBTI 101

In the second episode of GTA’s Traumatic Brainstorm: A Brain Injury Podcast, Partners Ben Coughlan and Jessica Sizemore cover Mild Traumatic Brain Injury 101. They interview Erica Chavez from BD&J Law, who serves as the Chairman of the Brain Injury Association of California (BIACAL). To cover the basics of mild traumatic brain injury cases, they Read More

GTA Launches Traumatic Brainstorm: A Brain Injury Podcast

GTA has launched Traumatic Brainstorm: A Brain Injury Podcast. Led by Partner Ben Coughlan as host, GTA’s dedicated brain injury practice attorneys will examine the growing number of incidents and documentation of brain injuries, increase in public awareness, and rapidly evolving technology and medicine. Each episode will feature an expert to discuss an issue and Read More

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