One of the most challenging cases which a trial attorney will handle involves the representation of a mild traumatic brain-injured (TBI) client. In contrast to actions involving clients suffering from fractures or herniated discs, which are easily and objectively documented, proving the case and, consequently, obtaining fair compensation for a mild TBI client is much more difficult. This type of litigation requires utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach of medical experts– retaining an orthopedist, a neurologist, a neuropsychologist, and a vocational rehabilitation physician. This diverse approach enables the attorney to present a well-rounded picture for the jury, portraying the client’s injuries and limitations, as each expert complements the others’ testimonies and opinions. In almost every mild TBI case, plaintiff’s trial attorney faces a skeptical and unbelieving insurance adjuster, from the standpoint of obtaining personal injury protection (PIP) benefits and in receiving fair compensation in the personal injury action. This skepticism and disbelief is based on the usual negative results obtained from most conventional diagnostic tests (i.e., X-rays, CAT scan, MRI, EEG, PET). Additionally, the individual medical disciplines typically fail or refuse to work in conjunction with each other. Instead, the mild TBI patient is too often shuffled from one medical discipline to another with no direction, causing the insurance adjuster to view him as a malingerer. Medical benefits are then terminated by those physicians who earn a living from the paychecks of insurance companies or by well-meaning physicians not adequately trained or educated in the treatment of the mild TBI patient. This approach is obviously detrimental to the patient’s welfare and, as well, to the litigation.