TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY CASES
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and soft tissue cases are always difficult to navigate because of their subjective nature. Often referred to as “invisible injuries”, closed-head injuries can’t be seen with the naked eye and sometimes don’t even show up well on medical imaging film. That’s where a settlement documentary can help convey damages. Powerful storytelling can benefit any type of case, even if the injury isn’t visible.
Video medical statements are very helpful in describing the injury from a clinical standpoint. These statements would typically come from family physicians, physical therapists, or pain management specialists in cases involving soft tissue injuries, and from neuropsychologist reports in TBI cases. Beyond that, we have found interviews with before-and-after (B&A) witnesses and various benchmark indices to be very helpful.