More than 20 years ago, MRJ established our brain injury practice. Our team of attorneys and a medical researcher are devoted full time to litigating traumatic brain injuries. Our fluency in and understanding of both the science and the law applicable to brain injury claims enables us to leverage the technical and medical evidence underlying TBI diagnosis, pathophysiology, and outcome in every case.
We have developed proven, strategic approaches to defending TBIs and their commonly alleged sequelae, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), post-concussion syndrome (PCS), post-traumatic headaches, and post-traumatic vision syndrome. Central to these approaches is a detailed understanding of the underlying biology of TBI, the physics of neuroimaging techniques, and the methodology of neuropsychological testing.
Understand the science, and you will expose your opponent’s legal flaws.
An article by MRJ attorneys Greg Kendall and Brandon Woodard entitled Defense Insights into Alleged Mild Diffuse Axonal Injuries was rece…Read More
MRJ attorneys Kerry Mahedy, Brandon Woodard, and Greg Kendall co-authored an article providing an overview on defending PTSD claims in aviatio…Read More
Brain Injury Team attorney Elaine Stoll and Brian Pokrywka, whose practice is focused on defending commercial vehicle transportation claims, &…Read More
MRJ attorneys Brandon Woodard and Greg Kendall have been invited to speak this Friday at the Trucking Industry Defense Association’s (TI…Read More
BRANDON WOODARD AND GREG KENDALL. On September 7, 2016, MRJ attorneys Brandon Woodard a…Read More
A trial of an experimental drug for Alzheimer’s disease called aducanumab suggests the drug could be a b…Read More
A newly-published study has challenged the basis of a new and widely accepted theory in neuroscience. At issue…Read More
A new map of the brain has been published which identifies many more distinct functional areas than were previously known. These functional ar…Read More
New analysis of the software tools used to analyze functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data has discovered…Read More
Given that mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBI) are common among high school athletes, accounting for 13% of all injurie…Read More