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Personal Injury Resources

The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Diagnostic Criteria for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury:

New diagnostic criteria for mild TBI were developed through an evidence review and expert consensus process. Having unified diagnostic criteria for mild TBI can improve the quality and consistency of mild TBI research and clinical care.

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Letter of Justification to Attorney for TBI Treatment

This letter constitutes further medical verification that Ms. Doe has the following conditions secondary to a MVA on 12/29/2022 as well as the scientific evidence supporting the use of the therapies that have benefited Ms. Doe.

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