Why Attorneys Need College Parkway
In January 2001, a 19-year-old woman was involved in an SUV rollover crash. After several days in the hospital she was discharged. Her ongoing headaches, neck pain, and increased pain with movement were undiagnosed by static X-Rays, MRI and CT. In August 2001, a Digital Motion X-Ray was performed on the patient. The DMX study revealed several levels of cervical instability and vertebral abnormalities including, but not limited to, severe unilateral translation at C1on C2, multiple levels of capsular ligament damage, possible compression fractures, and interspinous and longitudinal ligamentous injuries.
A neurosurgeon stated that the DMX findings demonstrated the underlying cause of the patient’s chronic neck pain and headaches. He also stated that because the ligament injuries were permanent, the patient would likely experience neck pain and headaches during her lifetime.
As a result of this objective evidence offered by DMX, her insurance company settled at mediation in June 2002 for $750,000. They originally offered her nothing because they didn’t believe she was injured.
We provide state-of-the-art technology to help attorneys take control of their depositions, arbitrations, mediations, and courtroom presentations by allowing them to objectively identify injuries that could never be seen before!