- Created: 19-10-16
Description: It was for me and really that's the only answer I can give without a lot of data from you. What do you value? What is meaningful for you? What are your college grades (and in what subject)? How did you do on the LSAT? As a general rule, for my area of practice I don't think it's worth attending if you aren't getting into a top ten school or aren't able to graduate in the top 10% of a top 25 school. The former you know going into law school. The later isn't guaranteed. Anything outside of those two and you're going to have a much harder time.
Publish Date: 20-10-16
Description: While all injuries cause harm to a person and his or her family, traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be one of the most insidious types of injuries. While outwardly the victim may appear to be recovered, family members and the people who know him or her best may see serious, ongoing problems – things the victims themselves may not be aware of, such as personality changes, mood swings, and dangerous memory loss. Additionally, spinal cord injuries have equally serious, but much more obvious consequences including paralysis, requiring lifelong, ongoing care.
Publish Date: 19-10-16
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