Neuropsychologist and Trial Lawyer Insights
Traumatic brain injuries are difficult to prove and quantify as damages. Assessing the extent of the damage and accounting for future medical problems can be a challenge. In this program, benefit from the combined medical and legal knowhow of our faculty and navigate through the important factors of addressing the psychiatric and neurological aspects of traumatic brain injuries. Order today!
- Explore ways to use neuroscientific evidence to support a traumatic brain injury diagnosis.
- Learn effective ways to coordinate neuropsychiatric, neuropsychological, neurological and neuroradiological assessments.
- Gain valuable knowledge on calculating general and special damages for neuropsychiatric and neurological damage due to traumatic brain injuries.
Session time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
Presenters: T. Kevin Knight and Dr. David M. Mahalick
- Identifying the Neuropsychiatric and Neurological Aspects: Doctor's Perspective
- Neuroscientific Evidence Supporting the TBI Diagnosis and Long-Term Effects (SPECT, DTI, GCS and more)
- Using Experts to Discuss Changes in Behavior Associated With TBI
- Coordinating Neuropsychiatric, Neuropsychological, Neurological and Neuroradiological Assessments
- Discovery Considerations to Prove Neuropsychiatric and Neurological Damage in TBI
- Adequately Explaining Neuropsychiatric and Neurological Functional Limitations of Brain Injuries to a Jury
- Proving Injuries are Incurable, Serious and Worthy of Compensation
- Calculating General and Special Damages for Neuropsychiatric and Neurological Damage due to TBI
- Issues of Patient Non-Compliance and Contributory Negligence
This program is designed for attorneys. Insurance adjusters and paralegals may also benefit from attending.