I was honored last week to be invited to speak at the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association’s annual convention, held in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.  Approximately 150 of Colorado’s top plaintiff personal injury attorneys were on hand to hear legal presentations from some of the country’s top trial attorneys.

Once again, I was asked to present my lecture entitled:  “Identifying, Preparing and Handling The Traumatic Brain Injury Case.” In the lecture I provided numerous medical literature references to define and describe traumatic brain injury, its prevalence, debilitating and disabling nature, and debunk the various myths of mild traumatic brain injury.

The presentation further explores the numerous experts one needs to retain to best represent and maximize the compensation to which an individual with a acquired traumatic brain injury is entitled.

By educating more attorneys, it is my hope that persons with acquired traumatic brain injury will be able to obtain better representation.