Anatomy Basics for Paralegals in Personal Injury Claims - On Demand

Aaron DeShaw

Format: On Demand Program
Sale price$65.00

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Understanding human anatomy is an integral part of being a personal injury paralegal. From intaking clients and organizing documents to compiling exhibits and checking for information gaps, personal injury paralegals handle complex medical information every day.

Designed to educate paralegals and other legal staff, this webinar provides basic anatomy information to help you obtain optimal outcomes in personal injury claims. Join Aaron DeShaw, a retired doctor turned trial lawyer, as he covers the following topics:

  • Common anatomical terms
  • Planes of motion
  • Skeletal structure: spine, ribcage, and pelvis
  • Nervous system: brain, brainstem and cranial nerves, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and autonomic versus somatic nervous systems
  • Vestibular system: anatomy of the inner ear
  • Upper extremity injuries
  • Lower extremity injuries

Armed with an understanding of human anatomy, you will help your firm identify your clients’ injuries and better handle your caseload.

NOTE: This presentation sets the stage for a second session on common traumatic injuries. This series aims to improve your ability to successfully handle your clients’ traumatic injury cases.

On Demand Program: 120 Minutes
Original Air Date: 04/21/2022
Accreditation is not being offered for this On Demand Program