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Identifying, Preparing and Trying the Mild TBI Case

What You Will Learn

  • What is the definition a mild TBI?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • Brain injury is a chronic disease.
  • Case selection
  • Increased risk
  • Who are your lay and expert witnesses?
  • Third-party observers during neuropsychological evaluations
  • Demonstrative examples
  • 15-year timeline of possible disorders and diseases associated with mild TBI

Share this program:

What You Will Learn

  • What is the definition a mild TBI?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • Brain injury is a chronic disease.
  • Case selection
  • Increased risk
  • Who are your lay and expert witnesses?
  • Third-party observers during neuropsychological evaluations
  • Demonstrative examples
  • 15-year timeline of possible disorders and diseases associated with mild TBI

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Price

$79 for Association Member
$99 for Non-Member

75 minutes
Date Published

October 28, 2020

Publisher

Louisiana Association for Justice

Subjects

Brain Injury, TBI

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Summary

Join Bruce H. Stern as he discusses what a mild traumatic brain injury is, what are the symptoms necessary to diagnose a mild traumatic brain injury, and how to prepare and handle a mild traumatic brain injury case.

Discussion includes:
What is the definition a mild TBI?
What are the symptoms?
Brain injury is a chronic disease.
Case selection
Increased risk
Who are your lay and expert witnesses?
Third-party observers during neuropsychological evaluations.
Demonstrative example

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Presenters

Bruce H. Stern, Esq.

Bruce H. Stern specializes his practice in representing the victims of traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries and wrongful... Read More

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This program contains the following components:

Identifying, Preparing and Trying the Mild TBI Case
Identifying, Preparing and Trying the Mild TBI Case - Materials
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