Month: September 2018

Traumatic Brain Injury: Recovery & Resources

Spinal Cord Injuries and Traumatic Brain Injuries can carry devastating, lifelong consequences. In recognition of September as National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, we hope to illustrate the seriousness of these injuries—and how they often require specialized medical care and a lifetime of rehabilitation. When attorney Thomas Henson of Henson Fuerst recently visited Community Matters—a …

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Workers’ Compensation Insurance Firm Sued Over Arrest of Injured Employee

In the case of Seguro-Suarez v. Key Risk Ins. Co. (17-697), a North Carolina man has brought suit against his employer’s insurance company for actions in a Workers’ Compensation (WC) claim that resulted in his arrest. In their decision, the North Carolina Court of Appeals rejected the company’s motion to dismiss and allowed the suit …

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Traumatic Brain Injury: NC Law Serves To Protect Student Athletes

September is National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. Advocates and medical professionals hope to raise awareness of the serious and often life-changing effects of Spinal Cord and Traumatic Brain Injuries—many of which require lifetime care and rehabilitation. As discussed in an earlier blog, our own Thomas Henson visited the Community Matters program on The CW22 …

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Traumatic Brain Injury: What it Is, Symptoms, and Common Misconceptions

September is National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. Such injuries can have devastating consequences—often requiring a lifetime of medical care and costly rehabilitation. Very often, the types of events which cause Spinal Cord Injuries may also result in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). With this in mind, attorney Thomas Henson of Henson Fuerst recently appeared with …

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