How Attorneys Can Recognize and Present a Traumatic Brain Injury Case

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Unlike a case of a broken bone that might easily be seen on an X-ray, traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases are often much more difficult to diagnose and ultimately present to a jury. Having worked on many of these types of cases—first as a trial attorney, now as a consultant and litigation graphics expert—I developed the following tips and linked to a couple of sample animations below to help other attorneys better recognize a TBI case and prepare it for mediation or trial.

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