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SDBIF SpeakerSeries Legal Evidence & Tactics

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Published on Jan 26, 2013

David Goldin & Michael Harris, Attorneys at Law
The most difficult brain injury cases to prove in court tend to be those cases in which the injuries are characterized as "mild" and the survivor appears normal. This interesting interview centers on making the invisible injury visible so a judge and jury understand the reality and severity of the damages to the client.

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