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Brain Injury Symptoms Must Be Addressed Early in Your Personal Injury Case

Whether in a car accident or in an incident on another person's property, suffering a severe injury is usually a traumatic experience. However, not all injuries are as obvious and apparent as some might think. Brain injuries can be particularly difficult to identify, and victims in Connecticut may even mistakenly believe those symptoms are caused by something other than a brain injury. For those who have recently been involved in a serious accident or suffered a personal injury, here are some brain injury warning signs to watch out for.

Excessive drowsiness is a symptom of a serious brain injury, but it is one that is easy to miss. Victims may think they are just exhausted because of the stress of being in some type of accident, but experiencing unusual levels of exhaustion should never be ignored. Any accompanying confusion or loss of consciousness are also signs of a brain injury, and are not signs of simply being stressed out.

3 Easy wasy to get better at driving in the dark

If it seems like driving under the cover of night is a bit more challenging than during the day, you'd be right. The night presents more danger risks for drivers that can lead to costly accidents.

But, preparing for nighttime driving in these ways can help you get better at driving in the dark.

How you could get a OWI without drinking alcohol

When most people think of operating a vehicle while under the influence, they associate the charge with drunk drivers. However, in some circumstances, a driver can be issued an OWI without having had a drop of alcohol.

Before getting behind the wheel of a car, it's important to make sure you're sober in more than one way.

Newland v. Commissioner of Corrections

The right to counsel is such a fundamental principle that the denial of that right calls into question the entire validity of any trial where a defendant is not represented by an attorney. That was the issue presented by our own Attorney Stephen Lebedevitch to the Supreme Court in Newland v. Commissioner of Corrections.

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