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June 2017 Archives

Possible link between childhood brain injury and anxiety found

There is still so much that we don’t know about the effects of brain trauma. However, researchers around the world are learning more and more about how the brain reacts to serious injury. This important research will hopefully lead to treatments that will minimize the impact a traumatic brain injury can create in victims’ lives here in Hawaii.

Vacationing in Hawaii this summer? 4 safety tips

Summer officially began on June 21. Now that the children are out of school, many families are coming to Hawaii for vacation. As one of the top tourist destinations on Earth, Hawaii has just about everything that makes for a perfect summer vacation: beaches, surfing, scuba diving, hiking and just about any other outdoor activity you can imagine.

State high court rules on falling rock case

A motor vehicle accident may have many causes in addition to a drunk, reckless or distracted driver. The Supreme Court of Hawaii recently ruled on a personal injury case involving a couple who were seriously injured when their car was crushed by a 160-ton rockfall. This was the first published opinion on highway rockfalls by the Court.

Few silver linings in 2015 motorcycle accident data

Motor vehicle accident data is always a year or so behind, because compiling all that data and churning it out in a timely manner is difficult. With that said, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has data on motorcycle accidents from 2015 in the United States. The figures show an increase in fatalities in motorcycle accidents, but somewhat surprisingly a decline in injuries in motorcycle accidents.

Injuries in Hawaii waters can mean complicated legal claims

Water means life for many us in Hawaii. Commercial fishing is important industry. Tourists come by the millions every year from the mainland and all parts of the globe. Thousands take to the water every day to nature watch, explore reefs or just to get from one island to another.

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