Brain and spinal injuries can have devastating implications and are often the result of falls, motor vehicle accidents, and sports-related injuries. They can also result from internal issues such as infection, inflammation, tumors, bleeding, or strokes. To most effectively present and defend these types of injuries, a litigator is best armed with a solid understanding of the medical intricacies of these body parts. This book, contains an introduction to the medical and legal implications of an injury to the brain and spine whether the injury is a simple whiplash or concussion or a more complex spinal cord injury or subdural hematoma.
Summary of Contents
- Anatomy of a Spine Injury (Slides)
- Traumatic Brain Injuries and the Nervous System
- Managing a Neurological Injury – The Rehabilitation Process (Slides)
- Handling the TBI Case: Plaintiff’s Perspective (Slides)
- Life Care Plans for Catastrophic Injuries (Slides)