Why It's Hard to Win a Brain Injury Case in New York
One blogger was particularly harsh in his criticism of this girl and the lawsuit that she brought. And while I think a lot of his comments weren't terribly constructive (or appropriate), the underlying theme and platform for the following comment he made should not be quickly discarded. As he put it: "[D]id you get hit with a tennis ball or do a tour of duty in Afghanistan?"
Simply put, a trial lawyer in New York, or probably almost anywhere right now must recognize the skepticism with which much of the public views claims of brain injury, if for no other reason than it is often something that is harder to visualize or prove than say, a broken bone or, G-d forbid, a missing limb.
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