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Brain injury cases are unique, challenging and complex. It is essential to have well experienced legal representation by an attorney who concentrates his practice in brain injury litigation, sometimes referred to as neurolaw. The attorney must be familiar with the mechanism of how brain injuries occur; the attorney should have access to brain injury experts who can teach jurors, judges and adjusters about the consequences of brain injuries; and the attorney have the background to handle these complex, challenging and sometimes difficult cases. Brain injuries occur from trauma in vehicle accidents, slips and falls, sports activities and as the result of medical malpractice.

Over the last twenty eight years Attorney Kolpan has represented hundreds of individuals who have sustained a brain injury cases including children, adults and older individuals. Attorney Kolpan knows how to effectively present the case having worked with nationally renown brain injury experts. He has persuasively employed powerful multi media aids showing jurors, judges and insurance adjusters the serious consequences that can result from brain injuries.

Attorney Kolpan has traveled across the country teaching other attorneys on how to handle a brain injury cases. He has spoken before professional groups of attorneys, physicians, psychologists, neuropsychologists, speech therapists on how best to present evidence in brain injury cases. Attorney Kolpan has also taught at Tufts University Medical School where he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and Community Medicine.

Experience and knowledge of brain injury litigation is crucial because a person with a brain injury may "appear" to be okay, able to walk, talk and apparently answer questions. Attorney Kolpan understands how to properly present the brain injury case before a jury, judge or claims adjuster allowing the them to see the serious consequences of the brain injury. Call him today at 617.426.2558 or contact him online for a free initial consultation.