» The Catastrophic Injury Case: Quadriplegia, Paraplegia and the Spinal Injury Case
From 9:00 am until 5:00 pm

PBI Video - 6 hours substantive

  • $169 (member)
  • $149 (admitted after 1/1/08)
  • $189 (nonmember)

Register below and mail in your check (payable to PBI) to the ECBA office or pay online through www.pbi.org

First Half of Program
The spinal cord is simply a bunch of nerves. Its function is not so simple, though, and it is extremely important: the spinal cord allows the brain to communicate with the rest of the body. When the spinal cord is damaged, victims can experience a life-changing loss of function of their limbs. The first step to handling a case involving catastrophic injuries understands the systems of the body. Professor Sam Hodge and Dr. Virginia Graziani Lowe will break down those systems with every-day language and easy-to-remember analogies.

Second Half of Program
Skilled trial attorney, Richard Jurewicz, moderates a panel that weighs in on both sides of the catastrophic case. Learn how to develop these type of cases by retaining the right experts needed to maximize a Defendant’s financial exposure. The panel provides a step-by-step look at developing a case for damages: gathering and developing medical evidence and witnesses, and creating photographic and videographic evidence to fully portray a plaintiff’s damages.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.


Location: Erie County Bar Association (302 West 9th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 16502)
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