Tulsa Brain Injury Attorneys

Tulsa Brain Injury Attorneys
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Avoiding Head Injuries While Enjoying Winter Sports

Each season brings with it new and exciting activities in which to engage and winter is no exception. The cold weather brings snowboarding, skiing, and sledding, activities millions of people enjoy. But although these activities can prove quite fun, they can also prove extremely dangerous – leading to serious injury or even death – when…
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Study Finds Sub-Concussive Hits May Cause Brain Damage

A recent study of collegiate football players’ brains both before and after their season shows that hits that occur routinely in practices and games can cause brain damage – despite not sustaining concussions. Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Rochester assessed how repetitive head hits impacted the midbrain, the part of the…
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Youth Football Numbers Drop Amid Concussion Concerns

Oklahoma and the city of Tulsa have always had a strong culture surrounding youth football. From local youth leagues to high school and college, football has been a staple of many Tulsa communities for generations. However, new concerns and studies related to concussions and serious brain injuries have created serious doubts in the minds of…