Albert Averbach


It is amazing how little attention is paid by the trial lawyer to the enormous impact of traumatic injuries upon the human body. Generally, the trial lawyer is content with a woefully inadequate knowledge about the body, and the meaning of but a few medical terms. It is the purpose of this article to arouse the interest of those previously immune to the suggestions of the importance of a fuller knowledge of this subject and to point the way toward those wonderful repositories of information that should beknown by all. [Appended to these remarks is a bibliography of recommended books, pamphlets, paper backs, law reviews and medical journal articles.]


Trauma: Causation Problems (A Symposium)