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Brain Injury Law Group

Attorney Gordon S. Johnson, Jr.
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Sheboygan, WI
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Ian -

Our interview includes Ian, both his parents and his best friend, who was there every step of the way through his rehabilitation from a severe brain injury suffered in a motor cycle accident. But for the support of his friend, Ian’s recovery would likely have been significantly more troubled than it was. Ian’s biggest deficits are mood and anger and while his cognitive recovery appears good, his deficits are pronounced and have left him disabled, even though he can still do some productive mechanical work.

For a full PDF of the Ian story, click here.

The Ian blogs, begin here: http://tbilaw.com/tbivoices/ian-a-missed-turn-results-in-severe-brain-injury/


Ian Table of Contents

Ian - A Missed Turn Results in Severe Brain Injury

Part Two - Waiting for Ian to Wakeup from Coma

Part Three - About Ian Before His Severe Brain Injury Accident

Ian Part Four –Rehabilitation from Severe Brain and Neck Injury

Ian Part Five - Ongoing Physical and Neurological Problems After TBI

Part Six – Where Ian is at Now in Recovery from Severe Brain Injury

Ian Part Seven - Frontal Lobe Functioning After Traumatic Brain Injury

Ian Part Eight - Assessing Frontal Lobe Function After Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Part Nine – Mood and Anger Issues After Severe Brain Injury

Ian Part Ten – Importance of Family After Severe Brain Injury

Ian - Part Eleven Thoughts Going Forward After Severe Brain Injury

Ian Part Twelve - On Doctors and Friends For Survivors of Brain Injury

 

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