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This program was recorded on March 9, 2020
In this presentation Pius Joseph, Los Angeles based Trial attorney will present the course of Handling a Traumatic Brain Injury case from inception to Trial. The course includes Case selection, Mechanism of injury, Expert Selection and Trial Strategies in Traumatic Brain Injury Cases.
Pius has recently won in January 2020 a 2.71 Million Dollar Verdict against a multinational Corporation in a heavily contested Mild Traumatic Brain injury case. The course will be focused on the subtle issues in Traumatic Brain Injury cases and how to successfully prosecute them.
As a practicing trial lawyer since 1987, I won my first jury trial in 1988, representing a victim of a motorcycle accident with a six-figure verdict. Both my father and grandfather were attorneys, so helping others solve their legal problems is our family business and my true calling. Over the past 25 years, I have represented both individuals and businesses and go to vast lengths to treat every client with respect and dignity.
My practice involves representing individuals all over California. I started my career in 1988 as a personal injury lawyer representing exclusively victims of motorcycle accidents for a decade. Since then, I successfully have represented victims of injuries from auto, motorcycle and product injuries and have taken several cases to trial before the jury in all major cities in the State of California. I have obtained successful verdicts in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Fresno and Sacramento, to name a few. I understand trial and how juries generally react to Plaintiff’s cases in various counties in California. I keep my trial skills ahead of the curve by engaging in trial and ongoing education from the finest trial lawyers in the nation and our National Association of Trial Lawyers, American Association of Justice (formerly Trial Lawyers Association of America).
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- What is Traumatic Brain Injury
- How Does it happen
- Coupe- contra Coupe injuries
- The types of traumatic brain injuries
- From the Crash to Hospital to the Doctor
- The Attorney’s Role
- Case Selection
- The specialties and doctors you need for diagnosis and treatment
- Developing your case to maximize the value of the case
- Psychiatric overlay
- Litigating a Traumatic Brain Injury case
- Neuro Imaging
- Neuro Quant
- Brain Volumetric
- The Defense traps
- Your client has a concussion and it is resolved
- Your client is faking
- Your client is malingering
- Your client is a drug addict, alcoholic
- It’s all about making money
- Social Media at Trial in a TBI case
- Should your client testify at trial, the million-dollar question
- Are you able to try a Traumatic Brain Injury case?