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ProView Plus Print Litigating Brain Injuries (AAJ Press)

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Format: Book and Electronic
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2006-2022
Service #: 30920967
Sub #: 30924731
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
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ProView Plus Print Litigating Brain Injuries (AAJ Press)



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Litigating Brain Injuries explains what to watch for in your client's medical history, how to work with scientific evidence, and how to present your client's damages to the jury. Mild traumatic brain injury is particularly hard to prove, and the authors discuss the latest medicine for diagnosing and proving brain injuries. Cowritten by a neuropsychiatrist and a leading attorney, you will find tips and strategies for: Working with brain-injured clients Proving “mild,” “moderate,” and “severe” traumatic brain injuries Detecting or disproving malingering You'll also find expert guidance on litigating brain injury cases and vital discussion of the latest issues and recent developments, such as: Use of behavioral psychologists and annuity specialists in brain injury cases Research mapping traumatic axonal injury using Diffusion Tensor Imaging Admissibility of non-physician life care planners or biomechanical engineers