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Help raise money for traumatic brain injury survivors — without paying a dime

March 5, 2012 by Steven M. Gursten

For Brain Injury Awareness Month in March, lawyers at Michigan Auto Law will donate $1 to the Michigan Brain Injury Association for every “Like” on Facebook

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. And while our lawyers are very familiar with the devastating effects traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have on a person, many people in the public are not aware of the serious consequences brain injury has on people and society.

Following falls, car accidents are the second leading cause of traumatic brain injury today. And 1.7 million people across the country will sustain a brain injury this year, according to the Brain Injury Association of America. Here are more traumatic brain injury facts.

How you can help Michigan traumatic brain injury survivors with just one mouse click

To get the word out about all of our inspiring brain injury survivors and the help and understanding they need, Michigan Auto Law is donating $1 to the Brain Injury Association of Michigan for every “Like” we receive on Facebook throughout the month of March.

We will donate up to $10,000 to the Michigan Brain Injury Association, to aid people with traumatic brain injury.

All you need to do is go to our Facebook page, “Like us,” and share the page with your friends.
We hope this is a convenient way to help – all you have to do is click your mouse, and you don’t have to worry about opening your wallet.

This month, Facebook fans of Michigan Auto Law will find blogs, videos, tips and statistics about traumatic brain injury.

More about the Brain Injury Association of Michigan

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan is a non-profit organization that provides education, advocacy, research opportunities and support to brain injury survivors, their families, and the people who serve them. The organization also provides brain injury prevention information to communities across the state.

The mission of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan is to improve the quality of life for people following brain injury. The saying this month is that brain injury can happen anytime, anywhere to anyone.

Brain injury does not discriminate, and it affects us all.

The social effects of TBI include increased risk of suicide, divorce, chronic unemployment, economic strain and substance abuse, according to the National Institutes of Health. But the Brain Injury Association of Michigan aims to help people before it gets to that unfortunate point.

Whether it’s a mild injury that simply requires rest and monitoring or a catastrophic injury that can result in permanent disabilities, traumatic brain injuries are physical injuries to the brain that require expert, specialized assessment and treatment to ensure the best long-term outcome. The Brain Injury Association of Michigan helps survivors every step of the way.

You can help Michigan auto accident victims with traumatic brain injury with only a click of your mouse. We hope you’ll help!

Related information to protect yourself:

Car accidents and traumatic brain injury

Brain injury symptoms

9 steps traumatic brain injury victims must take after a car accident

Michigan Auto Law is the largest law firm exclusively handling car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident cases throughout the entire state. We have offices in Farmington Hills, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Sterling Heights. Call (800) 777-0028 to speak with one of our Michigan traumatic brain injury attorneys today.


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