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Traumatic brain injuries are often caused by collisions involving cars, pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists. Injuries are usually caused by a violent blow to the head, such as someone hitting a dashboard, windshield or other solid objects.

Brain injuries can be mild, moderate, or severe and come with an array of physical and psychological effects. Concussions, post-concussion syndrome, brain hemorrhaging, and hematomas are all types of traumatic brain injuries. Symptoms can show up immediately after a crash, while others can take days or weeks to show up. Recovery from TBIs depends on the severity and the person. Sometimes they are temporary and other times, they are permanent.

Suffering a head injury in a collision warrants calling an attorney immediately. Kaiser Hafezi Law can hanlde your case. Call us at 630-274-4400.

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CBS News reports that nearly 12 million Americans receive an incorrect diagnosis each year. This is an alarming number, especially since we put our trust in medical professionals to help us heal. 

Sadly, most people do not report their misdiagnosis since there is no easy way to do so. That is why many people wonder: what should they do if they think their doctor gave them an inaccurate diagnosis?

First: How do you know you have been misdiagnosed?

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Motorcycles usually face more risks in an auto accident than any other motorist on the road. Since motorcycles are smaller and expose riders to the elements, a crash can be devastating and life-changing.

There are ways that motorcyclists can protect themselves on the road, though some of those protections can spark a huge debate.

Helmets can be a controversial issue among motorcyclists. Some arguments state that laws requiring helmets infringe on an individual's personal rights, whereas others state that helmet use can significantly reduce the chance of a head injury in the event of an accident.

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Many parents believe they are better drivers when their kids are in the car. This may seem logical because most parents want to protect their children at all costs. However, distracted driving is still a problem for many families, and sometimes parents do not even realize they are doing it.

Do you frequently break up sibling squabbles or tend to a fussy baby as you drive? Is your rear-view mirror directed at your backseat instead of the road behind you? Do you distribute snacks, collect trash, or fix the DVD player while driving? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, you are not alone. However, these and other distractions could be putting you and your children at risk.

What counts as a driving distraction?

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We are thrilled to share that the Top 20 Verdicts in Illinois 2018 featured a jury verdict obtained by our Bensenville firm on behalf of a client injured in 2006. Every year, this list recognizes exemplary case results in a variety of legal practice areas in both state and federal courts across the state.

Making the Top 20 list was an achievement in and of itself, but the $15,280,000 awarded by the jury also breaks the all-time record for non-paralyzing back injury cases in Illinois. Using our more than 100 years of combined experience in personal injury, we were able to achieve a positive result for our client despite the challenges presented by the defense.

Cabinet installer injured due to lack of preparation by the defendant

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