Job Description - Vancouver Brain Injury Lawyer
What exactly is the role of a brain injury lawyer?
Does it involve merely handling the "legal end of things"?
Or is there more to it?
Does a lawyer who represents people who've suffered a brain injury have any role in helping their client tackle all the incredibly difficult changes in their life that are part and parcel of their brain injury?
Does a brain injury lawyer need to understand the anatomy of the brain, the mechanism of brain injury and have a clear understanding of how brain injuries are diagnosed?
Is a brain injury lawyer required to understand the tactics insurance adjusters and brain injury lawyers use to defeat brain injury claims... right from the get go.
If you've suffered a brain injury you're probably searching for a clear understanding of what exactly to look for in a personal injury lawyer.
Michael Kaplan is a brain injury lawyer who teaches at George Washington Law School in Washington D.C.
His definition of what a brain injury lawyer "needs to be" will help guide you::
"It's a constant battle that really defaults every step of the way to the legal profession to handle on behalf of the millions of people who get injured... The legal profession in one way or another the champion because nobody else is there to do it. The lawyer has to become the doctor, has to become the social worker, has to become the neuroscientist and put that together for the individual." - Michael Kaplan
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