Brain Injury Litigation

Trial Guides Brain Injury Litigation Group

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Sale price$195.00

The Trial Guides Brain Injury Litigation Group helps civil plaintiffs’ lawyers improve their skills for handling brain damage cases in settlement, litigation, and trial. This group addresses all aspects of brain injury science, developments in the understanding of traumatic brain injuries as well as those of non-traumatic origin, case selection, the necessary evaluations and experts, best practices for settling brain injury cases, how to discredit junk science in brain damage cases, how to best try a brain injury case, and much more.

This is a quickly evolving area of law, and an area where deep expertise is important to best advocate for your client. The Trial Guides Brain Injury Litigation Group helps new lawyers obtain critical knowledge and helps experienced members stay up to date with new developments in medicine and litigation methods.

We encourage members to post helpful briefs, orders, and other non-copyright protected material to the community library. Members can exchange information on how to improve client outcomes in settlement and in trial. Topics include understanding a client’s symptoms, the right doctors to verify injuries and treat your client, different types of advanced imaging, the development of lab testing for TBI, vision issues post-brain injury, neuropsychology, neuroendocrinology, neuro-cognitive rehabilitation, optimized demand letters for brain injury cases, allegations of malingering and other common defenses in brain damage cases, important considerations in a brain injury trial, and much more. Feel free to post a question to see if others may have insights on how to achieve the best outcomes in your brain injury cases.

This community is limited to full time plaintiff lawyers.

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Purchase of this product gives you access to this community group for 12 months. Your subscription will renew every 12 months.