A recent study is making massive strides toward understanding the long-term effects of a traumatic brain injury. The research team linked brain trauma to higher risks of complications like chronic traumatic encephalopathy and Alzheimer’s. By understanding TBIs further, they have been able to create an antibody that could potentially prevent these diseases.
The majority of babies in Connecticut are born with no surprise defects or birth injury. After all, it is the doctor's responsibility to catch these issues and, if possible, prevent them. Yet, complications during pregnancy or birth could lead to long-term consequences. One such injury is Erb’s palsy.
Wrongful death scenarios are some of the most devastating events a family can endure. It can be especially difficult if the cause of the death was a medical mistake or some other fatal accident in a healthcare facility setting. The State of Connecticut allows for the families of wrongful death victims to claim damages in many different types of cases.
Preeclampsia is a condition that can occur during pregnancy. It is a very serious condition, and if left diagnosed, can put both you and your baby at risk. If a doctor failed to diagnose preeclampsia and either you or your baby is harmed as a result, you might have a medical malpractice claim.