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Presenting Neuropsychological Expert Testimony in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

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Date Published

April 28, 2020


Indiana Trial Lawyers Association




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The consequences of mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) are complicated and controversial. Appropriate diagnosis and management is often not provided in routine medical care and the outcome is quite variable from case to case. This program provides an overview of the neuropsychological diagnostic issues in MTBI including the role of pre-existing conditions, co-existing diagnoses (e.g., depression), effort or symptom magnification testing, and determinants of long-term outcome. The emphasis is on developing an understanding of how individual factors affect the expression of a MTBI, and how these factors affect the course of recovery (or decline) over time. Different methods of test interpretation that drive neuropsychological diagnoses regarding MTBI are also discussed.

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William E. Winingham
Wilson Kehoe & Winingham

William E. Winingham is a partner with Wilson Kehoe & Winingham in Indianapolis, Indiana. His practice focuses on... Read More

Dr. Lance Trexler, Ph.D., HSSP
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana

Dr. Trexler is the Director, Department of Rehabilitation Neuropsychology, Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana, Adjunct... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Presenting Neuropsychological Expert Testimony in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Presenting Neuropsychological Expert Testimony in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury - Paper
Presenting Neuropsychological Expert Testimony in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury - Slide Deck
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