Toluene diisocyanate dysequilibrium litigation

I served as an expert witness in a toluene diisocyanate case. The plaintiff had an unusual neurologic injury affecting equilibrium. I specialize in difficult cases such as this one. Not every substance has been evaluated for all possible neurotoxic symptoms. For example, toluene diisocyanate is not generally known to cause dysequilibrium. In order to properly…

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Camp LeJeune neurobehavioral injuries

I recently served as an expert regarding a Camp LeJeune veteran who was awarded 100% disability compensation for mild neurocognitive disorder resulting from exposure to water-borne solvents many years ago. I provided neuropsychological testing and analysis of the claimant’s medical condition and related these to the claimant’s exposure situation and the neurotoxicity of the exposure….

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Hanford Site, Disability Claims

I recently returned from a visit to Washington state, where I spoke in several cities concerning my work in forensic neuropsychology and neurotoxicology at the Hanford site. The following is information from Wikipedia: “The Hanford Site is a decommissioned nuclear production complex operated by the United States federal government on the Columbia River in the…

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Psych drug injuries, long-term disability

I recently worked on a case of a person injured by psychiatric drugs (primarily Lexapro), which had been prescribed by psychiatrists and taken as directed. The claimant had a complicated and extended history of psychiatric drug prescription, actually for a relatively minor anxiety condition that might have been successfully treated without drugs. However, he ultimately…

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