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What Is A Neurologist?

A neurologist is a doctor that specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of issues in the brain and the nervous system. A neurologist will not perform any surgery on a patient. Instead, they offer expert advice when the illness calls for one. As such, a neurologist needs at least four years of medical school […]


Mistakes to Avoid During Your Work Injury Claim

Injury insurance providers will not put themselves in your shoes at the time of your injury. It would be best if you were clever with your claims beforehand. If you are filing for an injury claim, make sure you avoid these mistakes. Give insurers no room to keep you from claiming. However, most of these […]


Four Types of Psychological Tests to Judge TBI

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is any injury to the brain due to a severe blow to the head, a fall, contact with a blunt instrument, or whiplash in case of an accident. It can result in temporary or permanent impairment of cognitive, physical, or psychosocial function, which is recognized only after a clinical examination and […]


The Elements of a Strong Workers’ Comp Claim

If you’ve been injured at work, you know you need to begin putting together your workers’ comp case as soon as you can. There are a number of different parts to your case, but some are much more important than others. Here are several of the vital elements your workers’ comp claim needs to include […]


Keeping Your Construction Crew Safe from Workplace Injuries

A construction site can be incredibly dangerous if the proper safety protocols aren’t followed. Power tools, large machinery, and unfinished structures all present their own dangers. If you’re in charge of a construction crew or if you work on a construction site, here are a few things you need to keep in mind to prevent […]


What Does it Take to Prove a Repetitive Strain Injury?

A repetitive strain injury or RSI is an injury caused by overusing a part of the body or by being exposed to a repetitive environmental hazard. Carpal tunnel is one of the most well-known repetitive strain injuries. Those who work on a computer for hours a day, often experience this RSI due to the repetitive […]



Why a Strong Core can Prevent or Alleviate Injury as a Result of an Accident

Dr. Jeff J. Mollins has been diagnosing, treating, and documenting injuries sustained by accident victims, for thirty years. Dr. Mollins firmly believes “that an ounce of prevention is always better than a pound of cure”. He is well aware that accidents, whether it is a work accident, car accident, slip and fall, or a construction […]


Documentation of Injuries

Dr. Jeff J. Mollins, Brooklyn’s #1 accident specialist, has been diagnosing, treating, and documenting injuries sustained by accident victims for 30 years. Dr. Mollins is well aware that proper documentation of injuries is important when treating all patients but even more important when treating patients involved in accidents (construction accidents, car accidents, work accidents, and […]


Cognitive Testing

Dr. Jeff J. Mollins, Brooklyn’s premier accident specialist has been diagnosing, treating, and documenting injuries sustained by accident victims (car accidents, work accidents, construction accidents, slip and falls) for 30 years. Dr. Mollins is proud to announce that he has added “cognitive testing”, as a valuable diagnostic tool to his comprehensive office. This will help […]