Brain Injury Litigation Summit

Thursday, March 29 to Friday, March 30, 2012
Union League, Philadelphia, PA

Be a part of the nation’s premier brain injury conference and gain key updates on current and emerging litigation trends and the standard of care while networking with insurance, hospital and hospital professionals

Jury verdicts for brain injury litigation claims are on the rise and can range in the $10-$16 million. With so much at stake, it is essential for both plaintiff and defense attorneys and in-house insurance and hospital professionals to remain abreast of all that is happening in the brain injury litigation landscape.

Attend ACI’s Premier Summit on Brain Injury Litigation and hear from an unparalleled medical and legal faculty that will provide new tips and strategies for establishing causation/alternative causation theories and developing a solid case from the very beginning stages of litigation. Learn how to craft courtroom strategies for effective jury communication, use cutting edge technology for demonstrative evidence, interview engaging and knowledgeable medical expert witnesses, and assess the monetary value of your case.

Recently, there has been a surge in mild to moderate traumatic brain injury litigation. Because of this shift in focus, it is essential for outside counsel to learn how to detect mild to moderate traumatic brain injury, understand subtle nuances and wade through sophisticated medical terminology. Our panel of leading medical and legal experts will guide you through the complex medical terms associated with mild to moderate traumatic brain injury. No longer is the MRI/CAT scan the only game in town in detecting and imaging a brain injury. Experts in the field will explain the science behind the current and emerging neuroimaging tests to detect mild to moderate TBI that are shaking the industry and creating controversy.  Outside counsel will benefit from a thorough review of these neuroimaging tests and determine which are worth spending the cost up front and which are “junk science.”

Furthermore, pre-trial costs can reach in the six figures making it vital for outside counsel to have the necessary tools to assess the monetary value of the case before hand in order to maximize the strength of the case. Telling the jury the extent of the brain injury through use of demonstrative evidence such as 3D animation and brain slicing video has become the norm. This costly method can be effective and useful if the right medical expert witness can testify, deconstruct complex medical terms and engage with the jury. Learn how to wade through the myriad of choices out there in terms of demonstrative evidence and which will add value to your case.

This event is a premier, must-attend event for outside counsel, medical professionals, and insurance professionals involved with brain injury litigation cases.  You will not want to miss this unparalleled opportunity to obtain up-to-the-minute information and critical advice from the nation’s leading medical and legal experts.

Register now by calling 1-888-224-2480 or by faxing your registration form to 1-877-927-1563.