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Unlocked Upper Bunk Strikes Passenger in Head, Passenger Hires Brais Law Firm & Sues Carnival Cruise Line for Traumatic Brain Injury

On January 25, 2018, while sailing aboard the Carnival Ecstasy with other family members, Eric Ewing decided to relax in his cabin and have a bite to eat.  Eric began to eat a slice of pizza while he sat comfortably … Continue reading

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Maritime Head and Brain Injuries

The 2018 fishing season has seen many head and brain injuries. Being injured while working at sea can be disastrous to one’s career, but head and brain injuries can also be debilitating. Jones Act Law protects seamen, fishermen, tugboat workers, … Continue reading

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Georgia Supreme Court Rules Removal of Life Support Foreseeable for Patient with Severe Brain Injuries

In 2010, a jury in south Georgia found Bobby “Rex” Stribling Jr. guilty of murdering municipal court Judge Glenn Thomas Jr. Stribling struck Thomas in the head at least 15 times with an unknown object. Thomas died two weeks later … Continue reading

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Help for victims of brain injuries

Brain injuries are a type of injury that can be caused by a car accident. In the United States, there are 1.7 million traumatic brain injuries that lead to deaths, hospitalizations and emergency department visits annually. Because of the serious … Continue reading

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Ethics of Brain Death & Organ Donation – ZDoggMD & David Magnus

A fascinating deep-dive with into the ethical dilemmas around diagnosing brain death, particularly as it relates to organ donation. Read more detail on Recent Health Care Law posts –

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