PTSD & TBI

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PTSD and the Legal System

This guide will help you manage the possible symptoms triggered by the stress of the legal system with planning, coping strategies, and resources.
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Discharge Problems Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury

Receiving either a bad conduct discharge or a personality disorder discharge can result in serious negative consequences for a person suffering from a TBI or PTSD.

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Family Guide to Traumatic Brain Injury

Due to the nature of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), family members play a crucial role in the rehabilitation of a wounded warrior. Indeed, some estimates indicate that as much as 80 percent of the total lifetime care that is provided to a TBI victim is given by that individual’s family. Thus, it is essential that family members have the tools they need to provide the best care possible.

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Disability Claims Based on PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder [ PTSD] is often a cause or contributing factor in disability claims filed by veterans.