New Article on Head Injury Detection Technology Highlights Implications for Head Injury Detection in Sports, says The Law Offices of Burg & Brock

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Commenting on the recent article, the Los Angeles personal injury firm notes that better diagnostic technology can help pull injured athletes off the field, and clarify legal negligence in cases when they are not.

Any technology that could be used to help head injury patients with their diagnosis and pursuit of damages should be embraced.

This technology can also be used as verification for determining negligence if a coach or official chooses to keep that player in the game even if it may put their health at risk.

According to an article published August 18th on Neurology Advisor, a new material has been developed that changes color when subjected to an impact force that is great enough to cause a traumatic brain injury. This new polymer, the article notes, could be implemented in helmets or other sporting equipment so that coaches or officials would instantly see if a player may have suffered a head injury on the field, and pull them out of the game to receive the proper care. According to Los Angeles personal injury firm The Law Offices of Burg and Brock, this new technology could turn out to be a revolutionary new tool that has tremendous benefits in helping ensure that those who suffer a head injury are not subjected to any further harm. Additionally, they note, this technology can also be used as verification for determining negligence if a coach or official chooses to keep that player in the game even if it may put their health at risk.

Cameron Yadidi Brock, the head litigator at the law firm, adds that the recent slew of lawsuits involving head injuries in many of the major sports leagues has brought the issues of head injuries front and center. Mr. Brock notes that, because of the severity of these injuries, there is truly no such thing as too much media exposure for the issue. As an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer in Los Angeles, Mr. Brock explains that he has seen far too many cases where his clients have suffered injuries whose effects will stay with them for the entirety of their lives. And, whenever these injuries are caused by the negligence of another party, that party should be held accountable for any damages that they caused.

Mr. Brock also notes that the use of this new technology does not necessarily have to be utilized solely in sports. By implementing this same technology in motorcycle helmets, he explains that the probable occurrence of a traumatic brain injury could be instantly detected by first-responders and medical professionals following a collision. He explains that how a traumatic brain injury (or even a concussion) is handled in the immediate aftermath of the injury is very important to ensure that no further damage is caused.

The Law Offices of Burg and Brock stress the importance of care for those who have suffered a traumatic brain injury, and work tirelessly to win favorable verdicts for their head injury clients. Anyone who has suffered a head injury due to another party’s negligence can call the firm today at 1-888-979-7979 or visit it online at http://www.LegalDefenders.com.

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