Prepare for the Medical and Legal Aspects of Eye Injury Litigation
Whether you're working on a medical malpractice case or a personal injury case, this program reveals essential must-knows and litigation tips for cases involving eye injuries. Augment your legal knowledge with critical medical terminology and procedures. Improve communication with experts, and learn novel and compelling methods of presenting your case. Get the specialized knowledge and skills you need to handle these unique cases - register today!
Get practical litigation tips and the latest court insights.
Enhance your understanding of eye anatomy and common types of eye injuries.
Identify the signs of LASIK, cataract surgery, and failure to diagnose malpractice.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. It will also benefit insurance professionals and paralegals.
Pre-Suit Notice Requirements
Standard of Proof
Failure to Diagnose
Case Law Update
Basic Eye Anatomy and Types of Injuries
Surgery Malpractice (LASIK, Cataract, etc.)
Medical Records Review Basics and Effective Use of Experts
DR. JAS G. BROOKS is a former physician and surgeon and is currently an attorney at law. Dr. Brooks was a founding partner of Mazur & Brooks, A Professional Law Corporation. Her area of expertise was medical malpractice. She was also an associate professor at Southern University and A&M College; Department of Biology Health & Sciences - Human Anatomy & Physiology and Department of Environmental Toxicology, Doctorate Program. She served as a member of Southern University and A&M College HBCU Coalition for Deepwater Horizon Response to the British Petroleum Initiative. During her tenure at Mazur & Brooks, A PLC, her primary practice area was in protecting the rights of injured individuals that have suffered professional medical malpractice, including wrongful death, amputations, birth injury, brain injury, burns, child death, dental malpractice, failure to diagnose, improper consent, nursing home injuries, paraplegia, prescription drug errors, and spinal cord injury. As a former trauma surgeon and an associate professor at Southern University, Dr. Brooks has an in-depth knowledge of handling medical malpractice claims from both perspectives, both as an attorney and as an expert. She received her medical degree from Des Moines University; Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix; and Juris Doctorate from Southern University Law Center. Dr. Brooks is currently a member of the American Bar Association and an active member of the Louisiana State Bar; and has lectured nationally at numerous professional symposiums sponsored by the American College of Surgeons and Southern University and A&M College.
ROBERT H. MILLER II is an attorney with The Sutter Law Firm in Charleston, West Virginia. Mr. Miller has represented both plaintiffs and defendants. He currently represents only plaintiffs and claimants in personal injury claims, including medical malpractice cases, asbestos related claims, other toxic torts, car and truck accidents, workplace accidents, employment related claims, and Social Security disability claims. He earned his B.S. degree, summa cum laude, from East Tennessee State University; his J.D. degree from Campbell University School of Law; and his Masters of Law degree from the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's School.
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