We recently added a post to our Child Brain Injury Blog about bicycle safety and the tragic link between failing to wear a helmet and suffering brain injuries. To read statistics about bike riding safety and brain injuries from bicycle accidents, click here.
Along with sports, abuse, and car accidents, bicycle accidents are a common cause of child or teenage brain injuries. Any blow to the head can result in a brain injury with serious side effects, no matter how insignificant the injury may seem at first. If your child or teenager has been injured in bike accident that you believe may have resulted in a head injury, concussion, or brain damage, seek medical attention as soon as possible. As a child brain injury lawyer who works with the medical experts in the field, Chris Keane is an advocate for injured or abused children, and he will answer your most pressing brain injury questions for free with compassion and professionalism.
Contact Chris Keane online or by phone at 1-888-592-KIDS.
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