On March 30, 2012, Michael Neff spoke at the “Plaintiff’s Personal Injury” conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Mike delivered a presentation to over 230 lawyers on applying “State of the Art Voir Dire” to help empanel an unbiased jury. Mike’s work on voir dire has been published numerous times including the Georgia Bar Journal. Mike has…Details
On March 16, 2012, Michael Neff spoke at the “Superstar Personal Injury Lawyers: Best Verdicts in 2011” conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Mike discussed legal strategy that led to a $9 million verdict in DeKalb County, Georgia.
In March, Michael Neff lectured at the 2012 Seminar on “Litigating Traumatic Brain Injury (“TBI”) Cases.” Mike’s talk focused on how to accurately present evidence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (“PTSD”) regarding victims of rape. As an experienced trial attorney in brain injury and PTSD cases, Mike has developed several strategies for how to accurately…Details
On February 29, 2012, Michael Neff spoke at the “Handling Fall Cases Professionally” CLE in Atlanta, Georgia. Mike gave a presentation entitled “Challenges for Presenting Brain Injuries at Trial.” Based on years of experience in handling brain injury cases, Mike explained how to meet and overcome potential bias against citizens who are seriously injured from…Details
On February 29, 2012, Susan Cremer spoke on “Screening Falls at Nursing Homes and Hospitals” the “Handling Fall Cases Professionally” CLE in Atlanta, Georgia. Susan is both an attorney and a nurse. She has years of experience in representing seriously injured clients in cases against nursing homes and hospitals. Susan’s lecture focused on strategies attorneys…Details
In February, Michael Neff spoke at the Southern Trial Lawyers Association Conference in New Orleans. Mike delivered a lecture on “Closing Arguments and Asking for Damages” based on his $9 million verdict in 2011.
Michael Neff introduces Court of Appeals Judge Yvette Miller at Atlanta Trial Lawyers Association luncheon
On February 1, 2012, Michael Neff, along with Atlanta Trial Lawyers Association co-President John Hadden, was pleased to introduce Judge Yvette Miller of the Georgia Court of Appeals at the Atlanta Trial Lawyers Association luncheon.
A blood test routinely used in Europe to detect traumatic brain injuries may be making some headway in the US. According to the authors of two recent medical studies, the S-100B serum protein biomarker increases rapidly after an injury. If measured within four hours of the injury, the S-100B test can accurately predict which head…Details