Brain Injury Essays
This page will take you to a collection of brain injury essays. Traumatic brain injury lawyers have written several brain injury essays and articles over the years that explain different aspects of the legal issues that relate to a TBI. These writings cover several different angles with regards to a brain injury. You will also find some stories and poems written by brain injury survivors. It will be well worth you time to follow the links and read these brain injury essays along with the stories and poems of the brain injured themselves.
by Attorney Gordon S. Johnson, Jr. and other advocates
- Miracles and Tragedies: Thoughts on Recovery.
- Who is it that Awakes?: Thoughts on the Survivor.
- Mind Damage not “Mild” Brain Injury: Labels for Brain Injuries.
- Footprints of Pathology: No Objective Proof of Injury.
- Emergency Room Critical Step in Diagnosing TBI: ER’s Role in Diagnosis.
- Economics of a TBI Case: Explanation of Case Economics.
- Choosing a TBI Lawyer: Critical Questions for Your Attorney.
- Independent Medical Exams? Not!!!: Insurance Company IMEs.
- Issues for Advocacy: Issues in Brain Injury.
- The Boy Who Could not Remember: An Ancient Tale of Brain Injury.
- Passover Prayer
- TBI Santa Wish List
- Hope for Anger by Stephanie St. Claire
- A Letter From Your Brain by Stephanie St. Claire
- A Collection of TBI Poems by Debbie Wilson
Thank you for taking the time to read these brain injury essays. It is our hope to be able to put out as much information as possible to help those searching to understand brain injury. There is a wealth of information out there regarding brain injury and we appreciate you visiting our site and would like your feedback it you would like to share.
On the Lighter Side:
- Mild Brain Injury Sue by Becca Martin