Specialist brain injury solicitors CFG Law have put together a summary about the brain and how brain injury can affect people.
Mild traumatic brain injuries often referred to as concussions, can be caused by many different events, including car accidents, sporting injuries as well as slips and falls.
During Brain Awareness Week, we want to help raise awareness about the brain and what can happen when someone sustains a brain injury.
Brain Awareness Week is a global campaign and was established to raise awareness of research into the brain and the benefits of this research for everyone. The week-long campaign happens every year and is due to take place from the 13th March until the 19th March 2017.
This year, Disabled Access Day will be held across three days from the 10th-12th March. What are you doing to support the day?
A further report has now been released in relation to the Croydon tram crash which happened back in November 2016.
The NHS has recently announced specialist prosthetics treatment for microprocessor controlled knees will be available for free.
In a recent interview, ex-footballer Chris Nicholl has revealed he believes his memory has been affected by his career and by frequently heading a ball.
New human trials are set to begin which could improve recovery for people who have sustained a spinal cord injury.
During a football match this weekend, Hull City footballer Ryan Mason sustained a head injury when he collided with Chelsea player Gary Cahill as they both went in to head the ball at the same time.