On Monday, September 26, 2016, I had the pleasure of giving a presentation entitled “Dispelling the Myths of a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: All Traumatic Brain Injury is Serious.” My presentation addressed 10 myths surrounding Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, such as concussions are not serious, everyone recovers from mild TBI, mild TBI is not permanently disabling,… Continue Reading
The North America Brain Injury Society (NABIS) held its 29th Medical Legal Traumatic Brain Injury Seminar to educate attorneys and assist them in better representing their clients. Medical and legal experts from around the United States presented at this three day conference held in Tampa, Florida. As one of the programs co-chairs, along with Ken… Continue Reading
This past week, I attended the American Association for Justice’s mid-winter convention in Palm Desert, California. Besides my duties and responsibilities as Parliamentarian of AAJ, I was pleased to be invited to give a presentation at the Specialized Track: Concussion Crisis-Litigating Sports Injuries and TBI CLE program where I spoke on the topic of “Proving… Continue Reading
It has been a very busy past two and a half weeks as I have given presentations on both coasts of the United States as well as Nova Scotia, Canada. In late October, I was invited by the Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group to speak at their yearly convention in Santa Barbara, California. There,… Continue Reading
I was recently sent two Orders from the State of New York in which defendant’s motion to bar the introduction of diffusion tensor imaging was denied. Here is a discussion of the first case with the second to follow. In the matter of Girgs v. Snapple Distribution Corp., Civil Court of the City of New… Continue Reading
This past week, the North America Brain Injury Society (NABIS) held its 27th annual medical-legal conference on traumatic brain injury. As one of the co-chairs of the program, we brought together one of the nation’s top medical and legal experts.
The American Association for Justice Education’s Trucking Collision Seminar at the end of April provides the latest courtroom litigation strategies for representing victims of trucking collisions. A faculty of experienced trial lawyers and consultants will offer tools and tactics when representing victims and their families.
The North America Brain Injury Society and the Alaska Brain Injury Network have announced the 2014 Alaska Brain Injury Conference which will be held in Anchorage, Alaska, April 30 – May 2, 2014.
The World Congress is held biennially, and sponsored by the International Brain Injury Association. The IBIA World Congress is the largest gathering of international professionals working in the field of brain injury. Delegates are comprised of physicians, psychologists and neuropsychologists, therapists, social workers, nurses, case managers, legal professionals, advocates, and all others working in the field of brain injury. In 2012, over fourteen multi disciplinary professionals attended the Ninth World Congress held in Edinburg, Scotland.
I just recently returned from New Orleans where the North America Brain Injury Society held its 26th legal conference on traumatic brain injury as well as its 11th medical conference on traumatic brain injury. As co-chair of the legal conference I was very pleased with the high quality of the speakers and their presentations.