Best Color Diagram for Concussion Injuries Yet - by the American Society of Sports Medicine
As science discovers more about occult head injury cases each year, health care providers are more aware of the growing concerns to recognize, diagnose, and treat traumatic head injury cases. Missing a TBI is unforgivable.
This study offers 6 different diagnostic regions and 5 possible solutions.
1. Cognitive loss;
5. Anxiety-Mood disorders
5 suggestions for recovery include:
1. General recommendations.
2. Monitor for exacerbation of pre-existing conditions.
James was driving his 1989 flatbed truck hauling a 2005 Carson dump trailer loaded with gravel.
An uninsured motorist driving behind James at a speed of 45 mph failed to notice that James’ vehicle was moving at a slow rate of speed and crashed into James’ trailer. James was thrust forward while incurring substantial damage to his trailer.
State Farm, James’ own insurance, argued that James was not really hurt because it was a slow speed, low impact case.
James argued to overcome the presumption that this was a mere MIST [minor impact soft tissue]. He stated that:
The defendant was a “large bullet” vehicle moving at a high rate of speed.
That the force of the impact crashed into a larger vehicle that was very rigid and stiff.
The trailer was destroyed.
The entire steel frame was bent and pushed off center.
The force knocked the rear speaker from its mount.
James had on a lap belt proving little back support.
James suffered from chronic headaches, disc protrusion, and severe stenosis at C4/5 and a herniation at T1-2. He is self-employed, suffered incurring loss of earnings.
State Farm offered only $12,700. James demanded the policy limits of $250,000. The demand was ignored. The arbitrator gave an award of $382,000 including litigation costs, in addition to the policy limits.
Peterson vs. State Farm Dec 18, 2020
Hon. David Abbott, Ret.
PI Rules of Steel
Rule 25: LIEN LIARS
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