David Cooper owns and operates The Knee Center in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and the Jefferson Orthopedic residency. Dr. Cooper entered private practice as a general orthopedic surgeon in Lansdale, Pennsylvania after serving our country for eight years as a U.S. Navy Reserve medical officer. For four years, Dr. Cooper performed all types of orthopedic surgery, including neck and low back laminectomies and fusions, along with extensive open and closed fracture care. In 1980, he was recruited by Geisinger to open the orthopedic department at the Geisinger Wyoming Valley Hospital in Wilkes-Barre, where he was one of the first orthopedic surgeons in the valley to introduce knee replacements and arthroscopic surgery. In 1981, Dr. Cooper opened The Knee Center in Wilkes-Barre to further specialize in the care and treatment of knee and lower extremity disorders. He has personally performed more than 6,000 arthroscopic surgeries, ligament repairs and knee replacements. In terms of actually performing surgeries, as opposed to having interns and residents handle the cases, Dr. Cooper is one of the most experienced knee surgeons in the world, as well as being board certified for life by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, the highest honor that any medical specialist practicing in the U.S. can obtain. As a sought after speaker by many national organizations, he has spoken at the national conferences of the American Bar Association, and the Risk Insurance Management Society national meetings in New Orleans and Atlanta. Dr. Cooper is an adjunct professor at Binghamton University and Kings University. He is also a frequent guest lecturer at Binghamton University, Kings University and the University of Scranton. Dr. Cooper has been a private pilot for over 30 years, and enjoys flying his turbine Bonanza to conferences and lectures.
Eva Henry is the owner of Neurology Specialists, in Wichita, Kansas. She has created a practice that puts the patient first by leveraging technology and current evidence-based medicine to improve patient outcomes. Dr. Henry has developed an interest in evaluating and treating work related and automobile injuries. She conducts independent medical examinations and provides witness testimony for plaintiff and defense lawyers, along with IMEs requested by the court. Her expertise is in traumatic brain injuries and Post Concussive Syndrome. Dr. Henry holds certifications by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board of Independent Medical Examiners and American Board of Anti-Aging, Regenerative Medicine. She keeps her knowledge up to date by attending national and international conferences focusing on brain injuries, neuro-regeneration and maintenance of brain health. She utilizes traditional medical protocols but also keeps an open mind to the vast expanding new breakthroughs in neurosciences, and incorporates integrative and holistic treatments for her patients, which encompasses neurofeedback, nutrition, exercise and spirituality. Dr. Henry earned her undergraduate degree, with honors, from the University of Texas at Austin. She attended medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) and completed her residency in neurology. Dr. Henry remained on faculty at UTHSCSA for one year after serving as Chief Resident. She completed sub-specialty fellowship training in Movement Disorders and Parkinson's Disease at the Parkinson's Disease, Research and Education Care Center (PADRECC), where she received in depth training on neuro-implantable devices.
Robert J Kasieta is the founder of Kasieta Legal Group, LLC, in Madison, Wisconsin. He is a certified civil pretrial and trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocates. Mr. Kasieta practices in civil litigation, with an emphasis on plaintiff personal injury and employment cases, as well as commercial litigation. He has written and taught extensively in the areas of trial practice, personal injury law and insurance law, and is an instructor of trial practice at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Mr. Kasieta is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, and all Wisconsin courts. He is a member of the Dane County Bar Association, State Bar of Wisconsin, and the American Association for Justice. Mr. Kasieta earned his B.S. degree, summa cum laude, from Northern Michigan University and his J.D. degree from Marquette University Law School.
Susie McGregor-Huyer is the founder and principal of Medical Damages, based in St. Paul, Minnesota. Medical Damages is a Life Care Planning and Nurse Consulting business designed to assist attorneys and insurance companies in looking both forward and backward in medically related cases in the areas of Personal Injury, Workers Compensation and Medical Malpractice. Ms. McGregor-Huyer has both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Nursing. Post graduate educational experience includes Legal Nurse Consulting, Forensic Nursing, Medicare Set Asides, Nurse Life Care Planning, Geriatrics and Case Management. Ms. McGregor-Huyer also has experience as a Paramedic, Emergency and Critical Care nursing, and is currently clinically active in Hospice and Assisted Living/Memory Care. Affiliations include American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners, International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, Juris Education, Research and Knowledge, and PATH International. She is a frequent lecturer to paralegals and attorneys in the areas of nursing, medical records analysis and ethics.
Lauren Rasmussen practices with Jefferson Neurobehavioral Group, LLC. She is licensed in neuropsychology and specializes in diagnosis and psychological treatment of neurological diseases and disorders including but not limited to dementia, mild cognitive impairment, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, epilepsy, and stroke. Dr. Rasmussen underwent specialized training in memory disorders at Wesley Woods at Emory University and in neurorehabilitation at Emory Center for Rehabilitation Medicine and Lancaster General Hospital. She has published on the presentation of dementia in patients with intellectual disabilities and has done research on cognitive factors predicting conversion of mild cognitive impairment to dementia. In addition to neuropsychology, Dr. Rasmussen works in the field of health psychology, particularly with bariatric surgery patients and those struggling with chronic pain. She also obtained specialized training in these areas at Lancaster General Hospital. Dr. Rasmussen helped develop a back on track program for individuals who have struggled with sustained success following bariatric surgery. Outside of private practice, she is the Director of Neuropsychology at Sage Rehabilitation Outpatient Hospital and is a consultant for Sage Rehabilitation Inpatient Hospital and Evergreen Life Services, and serves as an adjunct faculty member at LSU.
P. Charles Scholle is a partner with Scholle Law in Duluth, Georgia, where his practice is concentrated in the areas of catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death including traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, premises liability, vehicular accidents, and products liability. He earned his B.B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Business and his J.D. degree, with honors, from the University of Georgia School of Law. Mr. Scholle is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the American Bar Association, the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the Atlanta Bar Association (Board of Directors and Emeritus Lifetime Board Member of the Estate and Probate Section), the Dekalb County Bar Association, the Gwinnett County Bar Association, and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.