Continuing an early post where I discussed representing a client with a mild brain injury. Defense attorneys’ tactics at trial emphasize the theme that there is nothing wrong with the plaintiff. They point to the lack of loss of consciousness or minimal loss of consciousness, a short trip to the emergency room with no further hospitalization, the usual negative results of the diagnostic tests and the plaintiff’s “normal” appearance. In order to well represent such a client, a multi-disciplinary approach is needed in the presentation of the case. Each discipline should and must supplement and complement the other. It is necessary that the plaintiff’s trial attorney take the initiative immediately to explain the biomechanics of the injury, explain the insignificance of negative diagnostic tests and present the jury with a clear understanding of the devastating effects of the “mild” head injury.