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American Health Care Act Limits Brain Injury

Posted in Attorney Selection, Brain Injury News and Event Update, Legislation, Psychiatric & Psychological Issues, Publications, Resources, Soldiers, Veterans and Military Issues, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
At a time when Americans are concerned about health care being too expensive, the AHCA raises premiums 20 percent, charges people over the age of 50 five times more than younger enrollees and increases out-of-pocket costs and deductibles while leaving 24 million more people uninsured. The changes made yesterday to Essential Health Benefits make coverage… Continue Reading

Is Pain Measurable?

Posted in Attorney Selection, Personal Injury, Psychiatric & Psychological Issues, Spine Injury, Back Injury, Neck Injury and Bone Injury, The Human Brain, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
PI SuitThe use of technology in the courtroom is routinely met with skepticism initially.  A new area where technology has offered the potential to objectively observe pain, a subjective complaint, in other people. fMRI has become useful in the area of proving brain injury in court, and now may be able to help us quantify pain.… Continue Reading

Brain Injury Lawyer and Attorney

Posted in Attorney Selection, Spine Injury, Back Injury, Neck Injury and Bone Injury
Timothy R. Titolo resides in Las Vegas. His practice is exclusively personal injury cases. He holds specific interest in cases involving traumatic brain injury (TBI), spine and spinal cord injury (SCI) and auto, motorcycle and truck accidents. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Because of his experience handling brain, spine and… Continue Reading

Guide to Selecting Lawyer in Spine Injury Case

Posted in Attorney Selection, Las Vegas Injury Attorney, Personal Injury
 Las Vegas Injury Attorney These are guidelines to Selecting a Las Vegas Injury Attorney.   Before x-rays there were broken bones. We just could not see them on films. Today many orthopedic injuries are visible on films and other diagnostic technology. Many times proving that someone broke a bone or injured the spinal column involves… Continue Reading