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A guide for litigating brain injury cases. The book covers the medical and neuropsychological analysis of brain injury, including its causes and effects; the process of case investigation, including evaluation of liability and damages; and trial techniques, including settlement considerations.

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Table of Contents



PART ONE UNDERSTANDING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY


Chapter 1 Overview and Epidemiology of Traumatic Brain Injury

Chapter 2 Anatomy and Physiology

Chapter 3 Biomechanics and Causes of Injury

Chapter 4 Medical Treatment of Acute Head Injuries

Chapter 5 The use of Diagnostic Test in the Evaluation of the Brain Injury

Chapter 6 Brain Injury in Children

Chapter 7 Craniocervical Trauma

Chapter 8 Moderate to Sever Brain Injury in Adults: Sequelae, Syndromes, and Associated Disorders

Chapter 8A Mild Brain Injury in Adults: Sequelae, Syndromes, and Associated Disorders



PART TWO CASE INVESTIGATION AND EVALUATION

Chapter 9 Postconcussion Syndrom

Chapter 10 Neuropsychological Assessment and Consultation in Brain Injury Cases

Chapter 11 Treatment and Rehabilitation of Traumatic Brain Injury

Chapter 12 Demonstrative and Real Evidence

Chapter 13 Damage Evaluation Chapter 9 Postconcussion Syndrom



PART THREE CASE PRESENTATION


Chapter 14 Jury Selection and Voir Dire

Chapter 15 Opening Statements

Chapter 16 Direct Examination

Chapter 17 Cross-Examination

Chapter 18 Closing Argument

Chapter 19 Settlement Consideration

Chapter 20 Obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits for Brain-Injured Persons


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