By H.Q Nguyen In my first TBI case, I obtained a disappointing verdict after a 6.5 week trial. I spoke with the jury afterwards. They did not find my client to be sympathetic. While they believed that she suffered a brain injury, they did not fully comprehend how it affected her life. They did not… Read More
What You Should Know
On January 8, 2020, Iran launched a retaliatory attack on the al Asad military base in Iraq, after the United States struck one of its top generals earlier. By January 30, 2020, sixty-four of our 200 military personnel at the base had been diagnosed with mild Traumatic Brain Injuries. The Pentagon reported that this number… Read More
PTSD and MTBI co-morbidities At NL we are focused on the prosecution of complex medical matters, particularly traumatic brain injuries, including mild traumatic brain injuries. We have written before about the challenges in these prosecutions, but this blog will address the complexities of concomitant psychiatric diagnoses, specifically Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. Most people don’t… Read More
At NL, before we go to trial, we prepare your case like no other firm. We know from experience that in order to win a complex case, we have to understand how the jurors will frame this case in their own minds. It is not just preparing for direct and cross examinations. It is much… Read More
At Nguyen Leftt, PC, we’ve seen hundreds of people suffering from Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and dealing with the aftermath or continuation of those injures. Getting injured usually happens quickly and unexpectedly. Oftentimes, multiple body parts are injured at once, causing varying degrees of pain in different body parts. Injuries to the cervical and lumbar… Read More
Navigating TBI cases with pre-existing psychiatric and cognitive issues.