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Brain Injury Attorney

Looking for one of the best brain injury attorney in Milwaukee? If so, contact Rozek Law today! A brain injury attorney specializes in the area of law typically referred to as ‘personal injury’; however, brain injury cases directly involves a victim incurring head trauma, direct brain injury, and / or side effects and unfavorable outcomes associated with incurring a brain injury or head injury.

ATTORNEY RANDY ROZEK Selected for Brain Injury Preferred Attorney Program in WISCONSIN

MILWAUKEE, WI – We are pleased to announce that Randy Rozek, Rozek Law Offices, S. C., has been selected to the Brain Injury Association of America’s Brain Injury Preferred Attorneys Program. This is an exclusive partnership between the nation’s oldest and largest brain injury advocacy organization and one of Wisconsin’s foremost brain injury law firms. […]

By | August 20th, 2019|Categories: Personal Injuries, Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on ATTORNEY RANDY ROZEK Selected for Brain Injury Preferred Attorney Program in WISCONSIN

Study shows instructor-led brain training beneficial for TBI patients

The Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas recently led a study that revealed a particular type of instructor-led brain training can stimulate structural changes in the brain and various neural connections in patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) several years after the injury occurred. “The findings, published in Brain and Behavior, further […]

By | June 7th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Study shows instructor-led brain training beneficial for TBI patients

Imaging library for traumatic brain injury underway

The first imaging library for traumatic brain injury (TBI) is underway by Cohen Veterans Bioscience and the American College of Radiology (ACR). The library will be used to develop clinical imaging tools that will help diagnose and manage patients with TBI. According to a press release posted on the Cohen Veterans Bioscience website, mild TBI […]

By | June 2nd, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Imaging library for traumatic brain injury underway

ARM joins forces with U.S. researchers to develop chip for brain injury patients

A new chip that can be implanted in the brains of people with traumatic brain injury is being designed by ARM after the chip design company teamed up with researchers in the United States. “The chips are designed to help people with brain and spinal injuries, and will sit inside the skull,” an article by […]

By | May 26th, 2017|Categories: Mild Brain Injury|Comments Off on ARM joins forces with U.S. researchers to develop chip for brain injury patients

New study follows service members with brain injuries

A new study by a University of Washington neurologist followed dozens of service members who sustained concussive blast injury and the study is showing that the impact of wartime brain injuries is devastating. According to an article posted on the King 5 website, Dr. Christine MacDonald, who is an associate professor of neurological surgery at […]

By | May 25th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on New study follows service members with brain injuries

Wisconsin TBI support group uses art to help patients

The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) support group at Gundersen Health System in Wisconsin is helping patients heal through artwork. According to the Centers for Disease Control, TBIs are a major cause of death and long-term disability in the United States. In fact, about 30 percent of all injury deaths are due to a brain injury […]

By | May 21st, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Wisconsin TBI support group uses art to help patients

Study reveals post-traumatic epilepsy risk factor for children with TBI

While it’s already a known risk for adults who have suffered a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI), a new study has revealed that post-traumatic epilepsy is also a risk for children and teens who have suffered a TBI. A longitudinal study on the topic was published online May 5 in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics. […]

By | May 19th, 2017|Categories: Child Injuries, Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Study reveals post-traumatic epilepsy risk factor for children with TBI

Bipolar meds may help preserve brain function

A new study out of Rutgers University revealed that medications typically used to treat cancer, depression, and bipolar disorder may prevent nerve cell damage and preserve brain function for those who have suffered traumatic brain injury (TBI). “In research published in Scientific Reports, Rutgers scientists discovered that lithium — used as a mood stabilizer and to […]

By | May 17th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Bipolar meds may help preserve brain function

Rats demonstrate impulse control issues following traumatic brain injury

A new study by researchers at the University of British Columbia revealed that rats demonstrate impulse control issues even following a mild traumatic brain injury. The study showed that rats with head trauma were unable to wait as long to receive a bigger reward, and instead opted for a small, immediate reward “The rats’ lack […]

By | May 15th, 2017|Categories: Mild Brain Injury|Comments Off on Rats demonstrate impulse control issues following traumatic brain injury

DOD awards funds for TBI study

The U.S. Department of Defense announced recently it has awarded Abbott Laboratories millions of dollars to develop a traumatic brain injury test in a one-bid contract. “Abbott has been working with DoD on similar projects that clinicians can use to conduct tests via mobile devices already in place since at least 2014,” an article by […]

By | May 11th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on DOD awards funds for TBI study

One killed, another critically injured in head-on crash

One person was killed and another critically injured following a head-on collision in the Town of Lima on Monday. According to an article by the Daily Union, the man who died was from Janesville. The incident occurred on State Highway 59 by East Gould Road in the Town of Lima about 5:43 p.m., according to […]

By | May 10th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on One killed, another critically injured in head-on crash

Runner defies odds following traumatic brain injury

A distance runner in Colorado has defied the odds following a severe head injury and is set to run a 10K just three years and 11 months following a crash that left her severely injured and in a coma. An article by the Daily Camera News explains that Susi Devrient’s goal for this year’s Bolder […]

By | May 7th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Runner defies odds following traumatic brain injury

New study gauges outcome of war-time brain injuries

A new study recently published by JAMA Neurology studies the outcome of service members who have been diagnosed with concussive blast traumatic brain injury (TBI). While many wartime brain injuries are mild, such as mild concussions, some cause more permanent damage to the brain and can have long-lasting effects. “The study by Christine L. Mac […]

By | May 5th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on New study gauges outcome of war-time brain injuries

Jim Ross’ wife died due to brain injury complications, officials say

The Oklahoma Office of the Chief Medical Examiner released a public statement this week regarding the death of famed WWE broadcaster Jim Ross’ wife. Jim Ross wrote a blog post earlier this year about his wife, Jan, 55, who was in a vehicle crash and as a result sustained a brain injury. It was officially […]

By | May 3rd, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Jim Ross’ wife died due to brain injury complications, officials say

Mild TBI and long-term cognitive function

About half of individuals who have experienced a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), also referred to as a concussion, may also experience long-term cognitive function issues, according to a new study. Mild traumatic brain injury is the most common type of traumatic brain injury, according to a press release posted on the National Law Review […]

By | May 1st, 2017|Categories: Mild Brain Injury|Comments Off on Mild TBI and long-term cognitive function

Researchers: Circadian rhythm offers clues in brain injury recovery

A group of researchers at the University of Surrey are studying the role of the body’s circadian rhythm in relation to recovery of consciousness in patients with severe brain injuries. An article posted on the Psych Central website says that the circadian body temperature holds vital clues to the state of a brain injury patient’s […]

By | April 29th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Researchers: Circadian rhythm offers clues in brain injury recovery

Documentary on TBI debuted Saturday

A documentary that follows a traumatic brain injury survivor and her family debuted this weekend in Delaware. The documentary was five years in the making. The documentary, entitled “Brain Crumbs” follows Corey Beattie and shares an inside look into how the family has used cooking therapy to help with Beattie’s recovery. Beattie was in a […]

By | April 24th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Documentary on TBI debuted Saturday

More traumatic brain injuries sustained in spring

Warmer weather usually means people spend more time outside. Hiking, boating, playing sports and traveling to vacation destinations means people are exposed to potential risky activities and experts say because of that, they tend to see more traumatic brain injuries reported in the spring. Brain injuries can range from a mild concussion to severe trauma, […]

By | April 23rd, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on More traumatic brain injuries sustained in spring

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to host ‘Trauma in Our Community Conference’

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is partnering with community organizations to address the lasting effects of trauma on individuals, including traumatic brain injury. The conference, which is scheduled for June 15-16 at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center, is the first of its kind, according to a press release posted on the Urban Milwaukee website. “Some health […]

By | April 20th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to host ‘Trauma in Our Community Conference’

Military studies effects of heavy weaponry

The U.S. military is studying whether certain heavy weapons are potentially putting U.S. troops in danger and at risk for a traumatic brain injury. Concerns are stemming from potential brain injuries due to shoulder-fired weapons such as the Carl Gustaf, which looks like a bazooka and is powerful enough to blow up a tank, according […]

By | April 13th, 2017|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Military studies effects of heavy weaponry