A divorce is not easy for anyone, but it can be particularly difficult when there is a significant gap in income. If you stayed home to raise your children or manage the household, you may be worried about how you will support yourself going forward.
Most people are well aware of the potential dangers that come with operating any type of motor vehicle. What they may not consider is the risk that is involved when they are just a pedestrian. People walking near traffic are susceptible to harm that can be even more serious since they do not have the protection of a vehicle. This is echoed in the recent death of one woman here in Florida who was the victim of a recent pedestrian accident that has left authorities with several questions.
Motor vehicle accidents of all kinds can have severe consequences. One of the more traumatic outcomes a victim can experience is a brain injury. This type of injury can have significant effect on a person's quality of life, potentially requiring life-long medical care. One family is thanking Florida authorities for making an arrest in conjunction with the car accident that left their loved one with severe brain trauma.
In a previous post about traumatic brain injuries, we explained the common causes of a TBI, and the symptoms associated with one, like a headache, dizziness or blurry vision. Here, we'll talk about how a medical team might diagnose a traumatic brain injury and the methods of treatment.