Minnesota Timberwolves power forward, Kevin Love, sustained a mild concussion and neck strain last week after he was elbowed in the face by Javale McGee in the first quarter against the Denver Nuggets.
Love was kept overnight at a nearby hospital as a precaution and did not play in Thursday’s game against the LA Clippers due to his injuries. He has also missed games against the Indiana Pacers and Oklahoma City.
With only a handful of games left, Love may be out for the rest of the season. He will not be allowed to play until he is cleared by the league’s director of the concussion program.
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Earlier this month, a 27 year-old construction worker got a two and a half inch staple lodged into his head while on the job. He says he was standing up quickly and hit the safety on an air-powered staple gun a coworker was holding.
The staple went through both halves of his brain and miraculously missed every major blood vessel. The man, who was conscious following the accident, said it did not hurt and didn’t know anything happened until his coworkers started to panic. He was even able to fill out his own paperwork at the hospital.
Surgeons were able to remove the staple and he is expected to return to work in a couple of weeks.
If you or a loved one has sustained a head or brain injury while on the job, contact the Minnesota head injury lawyers of Robert Wilson & Associates today at 612-334-3444 to learn more about workers’ compensation law and how we can assist you.
Matthew James Thomas, who plays Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Lights,” was injured last week backstage. Thomas was backstage a Broadway’s Foxwoods Theatre when he suffered a head injury and had to to go the hospital to receive stitches.
What caused the injury is not known. Producers of the show only say that nothing fell on him. They describe the injury as minor and say he will return this weekend. Thomas plays Spider-Man during the matinee shows on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
This is the latest of several injuries actors in the musical have suffered. An actress suffered a concussion during the musical’s first preview.
If you or a loved one has sustained a head or brain injury while on the job, contact the Minnesota head injury lawyers of Robert Wilson & Associates at 612-334-3444.
A 35-year-old firefighter from Cambridge, Minnesota died last week during a routine training exercise with his fire department.
The firefighter was training rescuing techniques with a rope. He was climbing up a rope when he suddenly fell eight feet onto a concrete floor. The man suffered blunt force trauma to his body and head. He died shortly after the accident.
The death has been ruled an accident, although the OSHA is still investigating the incident. The man’s funeral will be held at Cambridge-Isanti High School.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the friends and family of the man who died in this accident.
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed by a head injury while at work, please contact the Minnesota head injury lawyers of Robert Wilson & Associates at 612-334-3444.