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Lawyer Matthew Wright in Tennessee.

I am a Lawyer/Shareholder in the firm Hardee, Martin & Donahoe, P.A. who practices mostly in Tennessee but have also handled cases in Texas, Arkansas, Kentucky, Georgia, Ohio and Illinois.  I love my job because I get to meet people, learn about them and discover myself in the process of helping those people.  My professsion always me to grow as a person and in technical proficiency.

This blog started out as a way of sharing and recording research about brain injuries but has since evolved into other areas of interest about safety

This blog is devoted to those who seek information about injuries, especially those affecting the brain and central nervous system.  Brain injuries are often misunderstood by the public.  Often, those who have suffered brain injuries may appear normal on the outside but can have their lives severely disrupted because the internal filing systems of the brain have been altered from trauma.  These injuries can cause memory problems, anxiety, mood disorders, focus problems and a general inability to cope in modern day life.  Those affected by brain injuries are often told they are lucky to have survived their accident and that they should just get on with their lives.  What those people fail to understand is that sometimes that is not possible.

Through discussion and sharing, we hope to bring a greater level of understanding and empathy for all those affected by brain injury including those who love and care for the victims of brain injury.

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