Make the “invisible injury” visible to the judge and jury
With the various injuries a plaintiff may suffer, few are as medically complex as a traumatic brain injury ("TBI"), as some can be difficult to prove. To evaluate and assess the damage component of a case involving a TBI, you must be prepared to handle the challenges of a complex medical presentation and a myriad of possible prognoses. Learn how to determine the merit of a case and, when there is value, how to litigate it.
Explore an exciting approach to learning how to litigate a TBI case — real live plaintiffs and defendants joined the panel to share their personal experiences with you! From accident to strategy to testimony to verdict, you get a starkly realistic look at the personal aspects of litigating a TBI case.
Veteran attorneys walk you through:
- Establishing a claimant’s pre- and post-accident baseline functioning
- Obtaining childhood, school, military, employment, and medical (physical and mental, pre- and post-accident) records
- Working social media into your case
- Securing expert testimony
TBI is a contributing factor to an estimated one third of all injury-related deaths in the US. As awareness of this injury grows, more and more cases of TBI are finding their way into the courtroom in a variety of contexts. This program is your guide to identifying the legal tools available to help you best represent your client - let PBI help you establish your personal plan for litigating your TBI case.