From childhood through adulthood, just about everyone has suffered a bump on the head from time to time. The vast majority of these bumps is minor and causes no long-term health effects. Unfortunately, some apparently minor head injuries turn out to be serious concussions or even traumatic brain injuries (TBI). It is a type of personal injury with the power to alter a victim's life forever.
Imagine you suffered a catastrophic and disabling injury in a car accident, and you will have to deal with this injury for the rest of your life. You can no longer earn an income for yourself, you need expensive medical care and rehabilitative services and you're in a tremendous amount of pain. This is not something that anyone should have to deal with in their lives, yet countless Americans have to face this as their daily realities.
If you get into a car crash and suffer a broken bone that breaks the skin, one of the dangers is that you could develop an infection. Even if the bone is set correctly and causes no major concerns, bacteria could b ygh e inside the wound and lead to infections of the surrounding tissues or the bone itself.
A 3-year-old boy was killed and his mother injured when they were struck by a minivan in the parking lot of an Alabama mall recently.
A recent report points to Alabama being home to some of the nation’s worst drivers.