Prepare yourself to embark on an enlightening journey into the realm of traumatic brain injuries (TBI), where science, law, and humanity converge. With Kenny Berger, a seasoned plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer from South Carolina as your guide, you’re guaranteed to gain a deeper understanding of the human elements in each TBI case. Kenny’s insights, drawn from his extensive experience representing TBI clients, will help you comprehend the far-reaching effects of brain injuries on all aspects of a client’s life.
In this episode, we’ll navigate through the intricacies of building a case for TBI, discussing key elements such as documenting symptoms like confusion, dizziness, and altered mental status and the significance of eyewitnesses. Kenny emphasizes the importance of establishing contact with individuals who the client may have been in touch with within 48 hours post-incident.
Moreover, we discuss the timeline of brain injury recovery and explore the value of sensitive imaging. Kenny also generously shares invaluable resources for those keen on learning more about brain injuries and neuropsychology. Get ready to embark on this enlightening journey as we unpack the complexities of traumatic brain injuries.
In this episode, you will hear:
- Exploring traumatic brain injuries with Kenny
- Understanding brain injuries and memory loss
- Understanding the impact of brain injuries
- Timing in court cases and brain damage
- The importance of neuropsychological assessment
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To learn more about Kenny Berger visit his website: https://www.bergerlawsc.com/
To listen to Kenny’s podcast, Best Practices with Kenny Berger, listen here: https://www.bergerlawsc.com/reports/berger-law-best-practices-podcast.cfm
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