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Brain Injury Law Group

Attorney Gordon S. Johnson, Jr.
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Sheboygan, WI


Elizabeth suffered two brain injuries, the first a severe brain injury and the second a relatively mild TBI. Both occurred at work. The irony of her history is that she made a remarkable recovery and return to work after the severe brain injury, but was disabled by the added insult of the second TBI. Among her ongoing deficits are problems with balance, frontal lobe changes including a significant loss in relative maturity and mood problems. The interview includes potent segments with her husband.

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The Elizabeth blogs, begin here: http://tbilaw.com/tbivoices/elizabeth-milder-second-tbi-leaves-a-lifetime-of-disability/

Elizabeth Table of Contents

Elizabeth - Milder Second TBI Leaves a Lifetime of Disability

Elizabeth Part Two - The Mild Second Brain Injury in Contrast to the Severe TBI

Elizabeth Part Three - Treatment and Rehab for Elizabeth's Severe TBI

Elizabeth Part Four - Return to Work After Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Elizabeth Part Five - Unstable Balance Creates Serious Risk of Further Brain Injury

Elizabeth Part Six - Elizabeth's Memory and Cognitive Challenges

Elizabeth Part Seven - Day in Life of the TBI Housewife

Elizabeth Part Eight - Frontal Lobe Issues - Like an Eighth Grader

Elizabeth Part Nine - Mood and Social Challenges After Severe Brain Injury

Elizabeth Part Ten - A Possible Explanation for the Puzzle of Disability from the Milder TBI



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