Brain Matter: The Survivor’s Guide to Brain Injury Claims
Do you know the 8 Myths of Traumatic Brain Injury?(Find out by reading Brain Matter: The Survivors Guide to Brain Injury Claims)
“What will I learn by reading the book?”The book is jammed with valuable information about traumatic brain injury and the legal process. Brain Matter is written in plain english to help you determine if you, or a family member, have a brain injury claim and what you can do about it.To get your copy of Brain Matter: The Survivor's Guide to Brain Injury Claims (How to prove the invisible injury) please fill out the form below. You can also call us toll-free (888) 510-3577 24 hours a day or call our office directly at 1-902-423-2050.
Do you know the answers to these questions?After reading this book, you will learn the answers to the following important questions about brain injury claims:
- How does brain injury happen?
- What is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI)?
- 8 Myths of Traumatic Brain Injury Claims
- What is the burden of proof in brain injury claims and why is it important?
- How do I prove I have suffered a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?
- How do I find a qualified brain injury lawyer?
"John why did you write the book?"As a brain injury lawyer, I am regularly contacted by brain injury survivors from across the country. Although I represent brain injury survivors across Canada, I simply can't represent everyone that asks me for help.After spending years as a board member of the Brain Injury Association of Nova Scotia (Halifax) I saw how few resources there are for brain injury survivors.I wanted to make sure that people who may have a potential brain injury claim receive the facts they need to make an informed decision about whether to pursue a claim.By reading this book, you don’t have to meet with a lawyer and you don’t have to go through a sales pitch.Writing this book allows me to provide solid, useful information to people who may have suffered a brain injury so that they can decide if they should contact a lawyer.
“John: Thank you for your great book, this helps me to move forward with understanding the effects of living with a brain injury. I have requested a hard copy of your book and I will share the book with others who attend the Stan Cassidy Centre of Rehabilitation in Fredericton.” M. McNeill