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What if the person who hit you is someone you value?

Being hit by a car can lead to untold hours of physical, emotional and financial struggle. Sometimes, it seems that you have no other choice but to sue the person who hit you and/or the person’s insurance company. But what if the person who hit you is someone you value? After all, most car accidents happen relatively close to home. So, it is possible that your favorite neighbor or the person who babysat you 10 years ago may have hit you.

Car crashes and traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury, also known as TBI, numbers among the common consequences of a motor vehicle accident. It can occur when the brain suffers an impact, a frequent scenario when a car traveling at high speed crashes to a halt.

What could have caused my child's cerebral palsy?

WebMD defines cerebral palsy as a “group of chronic ‘palsies’ -- disorders that impair control of movement due to damage to the developing brain.” Typically, CP occurs in a young child’s brain, and it is not a progressive disorder. In other words, the brain does not get worse as the person ages. Generally, CP happens due to a brain injury during the early development of the baby, but it can also be caused by genetics. Sometimes, parents even blame themselves, even though CP occurs for many different reasons. 

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