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With American troops returning to the States with record levels of head wounds, medical experts predict that traumatic brain injury will be the signature public health issue of this war. LegalView is proud to be tracking stories of soldiers with TBIs on its brain injury blog, as well as its comprehensive portal on traumatic brain injury.

Denver, CO, July 15, 2007 --( With the Department of Defense reporting record numbers of American troops returning home suffering traumatic brain injuries, is proud to continue reporting up-to-date news about veterans' brain injuries on its Traumatic Brain Injury blog. Most recently, the blog reported the story of Sgt. Frank Sandoval, who was buried in his hometown of Yuma, AZ after complications from surgery to correct a severe traumatic brain injury sustained in Northern Iraq. The blog is part of's comprehensive brain injury news and information portal, meant to be the web's most complete set of resources on this important public health issue.

Experts define traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a blow to the head that disrupts normal brain function temporarily or permanently. TBIs range from mild concussions to severe head injuries that cause life-changing brain damage. Symptoms of a brain injury vary widely, but can include memory problems, loss of speech and motor skills, loss of intelligence, even personality changes. More than 1.4 million Americans suffer some kind of traumatic brain injury each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center adds that at least 14 to 20 percent of returning soldiers are affected by a traumatic brain injury, making it one of the major causes of death and disability on the battlefield. With an entire generation of young adults and their loved ones affected by this alarming trend, is responding by offering resources on TBI to the public at no charge, through its brain injury portal. Visitors to's comprehensive traumatic brain injury portal can read original, informative articles about traumatic brain injury written for the layperson; frequently-updated feeds of news articles; a glossary that explains brain injury terms; the latest research and statistics from government agencies; a library of videos on TBI; and much more. And those who are looking for a brain injury lawyer to help evaluate a potential traumatic brain injury claim can take advantage of's confidential, nationwide attorney referral service.

Visitors interested in other contemporary legal issues will be pleased to discover that is similarly committed to updating its readers on a variety of timely legal topics. These include ongoing news and research about the diabetes drug Avandia, which is suspected by medical experts of causing increased risk of heart attack; AMO Moisture Plus Complete multipurpose contact lens solution, suspected by the Centers for Disease Control of causing potentially blinding eye infections; and updates about tainted Peter Pan peanut butter and unsafe foods. Visitors can find factual information, news, science and jury verdicts related to any Moisture Plus class action, possible Avandia litigation, mesothelioma attorneys, and much more. And as always,’s member attorneys offer consultations to injured victims of these and other personal injuries. is a project from some of America's top law firms, working as Legal WebTV Network, LLC, a Limited Liability Corporation created by: Anapol Schwartz; Brent Coon and Associates; Burg Simpson; Cohen, Placitella and Roth; James F. Humphreys and Associates; Lopez Hodes; and Thornton and Naumes. For more information on's highly experienced, respected sponsoring law firms, or get in touch with LegalView attorneys, visit LegalView at

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