Writing Demand Letters for Traumatic Brain Injuries

Aaron DeShaw

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In this video, nationally recognized demand letter expert and brain injury lawyer, Aaron DeShaw, provides insights into how to write an effective demand letter in traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases.

Topics include:

  • Critical Pre-Demand Procedures for Getting Higher Offers
  • Fifteen Aspects of TBIs
  • Dealing with the Defense of a “Normal Neurological Exam”
  • Preemptively Dealing with Defenses in TBI Cases
  • Addressing the Intelligent Client’s Neuropsych Scores
  • Determining a Client’s Pre-Injury Cognition After Injury
  • Discrediting the Fake Bad Scale
  • Dealing with Abnormal MMPI scores on the Defense Neuropsych
  • Using Neuroimaging in Your Demand
  • Using Medical Graphics in Your Demands
  • Addressing Visual System Damage
  • Addressing Post TBI Seizures
  • Discussing Endocrine System/Pituitary Damage
  • Discussing Post TBI Sleep Disturbances
  • Addressing Prior Brain Injuries
  • And More

Regardless of your experience level with TBI cases, this video will help you improve your pre- and post-litigation traumatic brain injury demand letters.

 

*Please note: This video includes highlights from an exclusive live event. Due to copyright and other restrictions, this DVD does not include any written materials from the conference. To learn more about our upcoming CLE events, visit our CLE page or give us a call at 1-800-309-6845.

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DVD: 99 minutes; 1st edition (2019); ISBN: 9781941007990
Publisher: Trial Guides, LLC
  1. Introduction
  2. Critical Pre-Demand Procedures for Getting Higher Offers
  3. Six Demand Letter Formats
  4. Fifteen Aspects of Traumatic Brain Injuries
  5. Dealing with the Defense of a “Normal Neurological Exam”
  6. Frequently Missed Aspects of Traumatic Brain Injuries
  7. Writing the Traumatic Brain Injury Demand Letter
  8. Preemptively Dealing with Defenses in Traumatic Brain Injury Cases
  9. Discussing the Symptoms
  10. Addressing the Intelligent Client’s Neuropsych Scores
  11. Determining a Client’s Pre-Injury Cognition after Injury
  12. Discrediting the Fake Bad Scale
  13. Dealing with Abnormal MMPI scores on the Defense Neuropsych
  14. Addressing Behavioral Changes
  15. Using Neuroimaging in Your Demand
  16. Using Medical Graphics in Your Demands
  17. Addressing Visual System Damage
  18. Addressing Seizures
  19. Discussing Endocrine System/Pituitary Damage
  20. Discussing Post Traumatic Brain Injury Sleep Disturbances
  21. Addressing Prior Brain Injuries
  22. Addressing Inner Ear Injuries
  23. The Most Important Factor in Settlement Offers
  24. Q&A: Problems with the AMA Guides to Permanent Impairment
  25. Q&A: Obtaining Your Client’s ISO Report
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