FORT COLLINS, CO – January 9, 2012 – Trial attorney Tom Metier delivered a
presentation today on Dispelling Myths Related to Brain Injury Litigation at the 2012 Brain Injury Summit hosted by Craig Hospital in Beaver Creek. The three-day conference, which began today, features a gathering of nationally recognized experts in the field of traumatic brain injuries, including doctors, nurses, attorneys, researchers and
Tom Metier also participated in a panel discussion on Case Preparation, Settlement, Restorative Mediation and Damages Claims in Brain Injury Litigation. Traumatic brain injuries can be difficult to diagnose. It can also be hard for a jury to understand the full physical and emotional impact these injuries can have on patients and their families.
“Explaining complex medical issues to juries can be difficult,” said Metier. “As we tell our story to the jury, it is important for them to understand that these are real people facing serious emotional and physical damage.”
Craig Hospital is a world-class nonprofit rehabilitation hospital specializing in brain and spinal cord injuries. Presentations at the conference will include topics such as sports concussions, military injuries, advances in diagnosis and treatment, and legal strategies.
About Metier Law Firm
Personal injury attorney Tom Metier and Metier Law Firm have successfully represented seriously injured adults and children throughout the U.S. for over 30 years. With offices in Fort Collins, Denver, Cheyenne and Colorado Springs, the firm has earned a national reputation for innovative trial techniques. Tom Metier has been recognized in Super Lawyers and named to the Best Lawyers in America, and has received the highest peer review rating possible in Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. He is a board certified civil trial advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a frequent speaker at legal seminars, a faculty member of the Trial Lawyers College, and he teaches trial skills to attorneys across the country.