Every 23 seconds, an individual in the world sustains a traumatic brain injury (TBI). With the prevalence of this injury reaching epidemic proportions, groups such as the Brain Injury Association of America have been founded to educate people about TBI and improve the lives of those who live with the injuries devastating consequences.
Randall H. Scarlett, Esq. (415-352-6264, info(at)scarlettlawgroup(dot)com) of the Scarlett Law Group (536 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133, http://www.scarlettlawgroup.com) will speak at the 2010 Brain Injury Litigation (http://www.scarlettlawgroup.com) Strategies Conference of the Brain Injury Association of America. He has been selected to speak at the conference addressing the topic: "Getting a Successful Verdict for Your Client".
For over 30 years, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) has been one of the leading national organization serving and representing individuals who have sustained TBI. With an extensive network of state and local affiliates and support groups, the BIAA provides information, education and support to assist Americans currently living with traumatic brain injury and their families.
Each year the Brain Injury Association of America conducts educational conferences which draw hundreds of lawyers from around the country. The individuals who have been selected to speak at these conferences are recognized for their skill and knowledge of brain injury.
Randall H. Scarlett, principal, concentrates his practice in the areas of catastrophic personal injury (http://www.scarlettlawgroup.com/the-invisible-injury.html), traumatic brain injury (http://www.scarlettlawgroup.com), spinal cord injury, wrongful death and other serious wrongs. The Scarlett Law Group also handles cases involving product liability, aviation disaster, medical malpractice, international human rights, domestic civil rights, environmental and complex consumer actions.
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