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Date Published

December 3, 2020


Consumer Attorneys of California


Spine Injuries


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Dr. Orlando Micheli, an interventional radiologist experienced in treating spinal conditions, and trial lawyer Robert T. Simon will break down the biomechanics and causation of a lumbar injury, helping lawyers better understand the anatomy and the mechanisms of the injury. They will cover what you need to know when representing your client with a lumbar with or without surgery. More importantly, talking about what is science and what is fake news!

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Robert Simon

Robert T. Simon is co-founder of the Simon Law Group and acts as the primary trial attorney. He founded the firm with his... Read More

Dr. Orlando Micheli

Dr. Orlando Micheli, MD is a Diagnostic Radiology Specialist in Yuma, AZ and has over 7 years of experience in the medical... Read More

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Anatomy of an Injury: The Lumbar Spine
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