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For decades I have represented people with so-called “mild” traumatic brain injuries. A “mild” traumatic brain injury (TBI) may be defined as one affecting someone else’s family, not your own.
These typically involve a concussion, with or without a loss of consciousness. Emergency medical personnel and emergency department physicians often focus primarily on more obvious physical … Continue Reading
In the past week I’ve run across an unexpected convergence between my roles as a trial lawyer handling brain injury cases and as president-elect of the State Bar of Georgia.
Last Friday, I attended a program on criminal justice reform at the American Bar Association office in Washington, along with state government representatives. Among the dizzying … Continue Reading