Practice Area: Types Of Injuries

Wrist Injuries

Each day we use our wrists to write, drive, lift objects, play sports and more. Along with the usual wear and tear on our bones and ligaments our wrists are also open to potential injuries. It is estimated that hand

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Whiplash Injuries

If your accident just happened a few moments ago, you may not feel the effects of whiplash for a few hours or days. A prompt doctor’s evaluation is nonetheless important for the sake of your healing, but it also can

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Traumatic Brain Injury

If you or a loved one has suffered from head injuries due to the negligence of another, you may be entitled to receive compensation from the at-fault party. Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers has years of experience in auto accident law.

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Suicidal Behavior

According to the State of Connecticut’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, there were a total of 371 suicides in 2011, while 288 were men and 83 were women. Furthermore, individuals between the ages of 40 and 49 had the

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Spinal Cord Injury

A spinal cord injury is defined as damage to any part of the spinal cord or the nerves at the base of the spinal canal. Spinal cord injuries and paralysis are injuries that are commonly sustained in car, motorcycle and

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Sensory Loss

Sensory loss is generally connected to serious injuries in both car accidents and general personal injury situations. This impairment has far-reaching effects for the injured party and their loved ones. Unfortunately, many people believe that sensory loss indicates the inability

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Seat Belt Injuries

Using a seat belt is the most effective way to prevent injury or death in an automobile collision. While it is undeniable that using a seat belt can save lives, unfortunately, the very devices that are meant to protect passengers

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Nerve Damage

Every year, thousands of people are injured in car accidents throughout the state of Connecticut. The severities of the injuries vary from case to case. Vehicle occupants will often sustain nerve damage from auto accidents. There are over 100 different

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Loss Of Limb

The Amputee Coalition of America stated that there are nearly 1.2 million people living with a lost limb in the United States today. In most cases, these people have lost part of their leg. Losing a body part can lead

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Loss Of Hearing

Statistics provided by the National Institutes of Health demonstrate that one-third of all adults between 65 and 75 experience a loss of hearing. Hearing loss is common in all individuals and is something that tends to worsen with age. Of

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