Head injuries and the after effects of a head injury can be devastating for a veteran. Soldiers are far more likely to experience a head injury than any other class of individuals. The most common reason for a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is from an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) or from a fall. Combat veterans are far more susceptible to having a head injury than any other soldier.CONTINUE READING
You may feel detached from others, have high anxiety, have trouble handling your depression or anger, have trouble holding down a job and have become more and more isolated from the ones that you love. You may also experience physical symptoms such as weight loss or gain, gastrointestinal problems and chronic pain.CONTINUE READING
You may be re-experiencing the traumatic event during the day or in your sleep. You may avoid situations, which can remind you of the trauma your experienced, which could be places like work, school, or a grocery store. You may have severe depression, anxiety, irritability, and have difficulty in your relationships with your friends, family, co-workers and peers.CONTINUE READING
There is no set date. How long it will take to formally charge you varies from court to court. Please keep your eyes on your incoming mail as that is how you will be notified about your first court date. Your lawyer will also keep track of that for you.CONTINUE READING
Instead of imposing bail or bond, the judge can release you with certain conditions. Generally these conditions include that you are to have law-abiding behavior and attend all future hearings. In the cases involving suspected use of alcohol or drugs, the judge will likely require that you not consume alcohol or non-prescribed drugs.CONTINUE READING
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