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    Price

    $79 for Association Member
    $99 for Non-Member

    75 minutes
    Date Published

    May 9, 2013

    Publisher

    Consumer Attorneys of California

    Subjects

    Brain Injuries

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    Summary

    Head and brain injuries can have serious consequences, but they can be difficult to prove. In this seminar nationally-recognized trial lawyer Wylie Aitken and Chris Aitken will show how you can use the latest medical knowledge and tests to persuade the jury.

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    Presenters

    Wylie A. Aitken
    Attorney at Law


    Mr. Aitken is a nationally recognized trial lawyer and founding partner of Aitken*Aitken*Cohn, in Santa Ana, California.... Read More

    Christopher Aitken

    Christopher Aitken was born in Placentia, California on May 10, 1969, is a partner of Aitken Aitken Cohn with nearly 25 years... Read More

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    Serious Head Injuries: Using the Latest Medical Knowledge and Tests to Persuade Juries Video
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