Avoiding Child Head Injuries
A concussion is a serious injury. A child is susceptible to a concussion in certain activities because they do not exercise the same maturity and judgment of an adult. Children are more likely to take risks that an adult would not. Children also have weaker necks and torsos leading to more head injuries. An article in Snowboard How, states that 53% of head injuries to children could be prevented by wearing a helmet.
If your child has suffered a head injury due to the fault of another, take time to make an informed choice. Herrick & Hart has been on the side of the injured for over 70 years. We have the experience to evaluate your case and help you through the complex civil legal process. We offer a free consultation on personal injury cases.