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Marcus Grant speaks at the Fieldfisher Brain Injury Conference at City Hall

7th July 2016

Marcus Grant was invited by Jill Greenfield, Partner at Fieldfisher to speak at their annual head injury conference entitled “Hidden in Plain Sight” held at City Hall with c. 200 delegates from across the legal, medical and caring professions.

The focus of this conference was on patients and clients who have suffered a head injury that cannot be independently verified on scanning and considered the latest learning in the science and within the medico-legal community on how to present these claims. There were talks given by a neurologist, neuropsychologist, audio vestibular surgeon, neuro-opthalmic surgeon, neuro-radiologist as well as Jill Greenfield and Marcus representing the perspective of the legal community. The title of Marcus’ presentation was “Are we missing subtle brain injuries? How rigorous clinical methodology from the lawyers and medical experts always prevails at trial” and is is available on request.


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