SOURCE: The Brain Injury Law Group
SHEBOYGAN, WI--(Marketwire - July 14, 2012) - According to the statistics kept by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the CDC, more than 50,000 people every year are killed because of traumatic brain injuries. Hundreds of thousands more are forced to live with long-term disabilities because of these severe brain injuries. Therefore, TBILAW.com, a Web site that is dedicated to providing information regarding traumatic brain injuries and the potential legal rights possessed by those who have been wrongfully harmed in this manner, has launched a new channel to its Web site known as TBI Voices. This Web site channel will serve as a free online informational resource available to anyone who wants to learn more about traumatic brain injuries and those who suffer from them.
Specifically, TBI Voices is a collection of videos that provide real-world, real-life perspectives from people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries in different ways. Visitors who log onto the Web site can view videos of people who have suffered severe brain injuries because of car accidents, pedestrian accidents and other causes.
In addition, users will be able to view videos that concern people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries and deal with how they cope with the recovery from these closed head injuries, skull fractures and how they deal with other conditions such as post-concussion syndrome. These videos are intended to educate those who view them with regards to the challenges that people face when they attempt to recover from traumatic brain injuries.
Anyone interested in viewing these videos is encouraged to log onto http://tbivoices.com/ and peruse the video selections. Visitors to the site will find a plethora of videos from which to choose, and an introductory video that features a performance by Lethan Candlish can be accessed and viewed for free at http://whoamiagain.com/.
TBILAW.com is a Web site that is owned and operated by Gordon Johnson, an attorney in Wisconsin. Its purpose is to provide free online information regarding the legalities that surround the infliction of traumatic brain injuries as well as the potential legal rights and options possessed by those who have been harmed in this manner by someone else. TBILAW.com provides several different channels and offerings to visitors who want to learn more about many different aspects of traumatic brain injuries.