Get Answers From a Doctor and Seasoned Attorneys on Traumatic Brain Injuries
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Review how to pull vital information together; prepare the case; and coordinate medical, psychological, and neuropsychological information on the plaintiff both before and after the accident.
Calculate damages for permanent brain injury, loss of job or vocation, loss of earning potential, and other important issues.
Uncover key case techniques from plaintiff and defense perspectives.
Discover strategies for examining the plaintiff and obtaining lay witness statements, expert and doctor reports, and testimony.
Tips From a Doctor: Investigating Closed Head Brain Injuries
Calculating Brain Injury Damages and Life Care Plans
Defense Tactics Unique to Brain Injury Cases
How to Overcome Defenses in Traumatic Brain Injury Cases
How to Creatively Present Medical Evidence to Judge and Jury
Ethical Considerations for Personal Injury Attorneys
William E. Applegate IV is a partner with Yarborough Applegate LLC, where his practice focuses mostly on representing individuals as plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death cases. Mr. Applegate has represented clients injured by toxic torts, negligent security, product defects, road defects, construction negligence, nursing home abuse and neglect, as well as clients injured by negligently maintained premises. He has successfully tried multiple cases to verdict and was recognized for obtaining one of the largest personal injury verdicts in Maryland history in 2015. Mr. Applegate has spoken at various legal conferences throughout his career, and is a member of the South Carolina Bar, American Bar Association, Charleston County Bar Association, and South Carolina Association for Justice. He earned a B.A. degree from the College of Charleston and his J.D. degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law.
Rex C. Bush was inspired to practice personal injury law following the loss of his father in an automobile crash. After handling his first injury case in 1984, he has for the past 25 years dedicated his practice to helping victims of the carelessness of others. Utah Business Magazine recognized Mr. Bush in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019 and 2020 as part of a peer reviewed selection in their Utah Legal Elite for the category of personal injury. The Utah State Bar honored Mr. Bush in 1996 for outstanding service to the legal profession. His biographical entry appears in Who's Who in American Law. His reported cases include Jenkins v. U.S.F.G., 962 P.2d 796 (Utah 1998), a landmark case in the law of arbitration, which has been cited by over 100 treatises, learned journals and appellate cases, including International Arbitration Law and Practice, Domke on Commercial Arbitration, Arbitrage International: Droit et Pratique, Corbin on Contracts, and Couch on Insurance. Mr. Bush has published over 50 articles in print and digital media on personal injury subjects, including "How to Prepare Your Personal Injury Case for Trial", Utah Bar Journal (1998), and "Zipline Injuries on the Rise" (Utah Trial Journal 2017.) A popular speaker, Mr. Bush has, on many occasions, educated other lawyers on personal injury subjects at seminars such as "Personal Injury from A to Z" (NBI 2018); "Auto Injury Litigation from Start to Finish" (NBI 2018); "Insurance Coverage Litigation: Secrets Insurance Companies Don't Want Attorneys to Know" (NBI 2017); and "Advanced Issues in Personal Injury Litigation" (NBI 2014). High profile clients, cases and projects include Richard Worthington, the AC/DC case and the Fen-Phen diet drug litigation.
Charles I. Consagra is of counsel with Needle Law Firm, where he concentrates in the field of administrative law, with primary specialty in the areas of workers' compensation, unemployment compensation and Social Security. Since 1978, Mr. Consagra has been a part-time faculty member at Keystone College as an instructor in the areas of education, behavioral sciences, criminal justice and business law. He is an instructor in business for graduate students through Marywood University. Mr. Consagra earned his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Scranton and his J.D. degree from Seton Hall University School of Law. He earned his Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology and his Master of Science degree in Ed from Marywood University. Mr. Consagra also holds a M.Div degree and Ph.D. degree (all but dissertations).
Christopher G. Mavros is a shareholder with Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy P.C., where he practices complex civil litigation, both locally and throughout the United States. Mr. Mavros routinely handles a wide array of catastrophic injury cases from inception through trial, primarily in the areas of construction, products liability, transportation and premises liability. He has represented a variety of companies in complex litigation, including the automotive, heavy equipment and insurance industries, in both state and federal courts. Mr. Mavros earned his B.A. degree from the University of California Santa Barbara and his J.D. degree from Villanova University School of Law. He is a member of the American Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association and the Defense Research Institute. Mr. Mavros is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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