This "crash" course on injuries commonly received in an automobile accident will give personal injury litigators the background information they need to prosecute or defend these claims. Susan Ramsey, a registered nurse as well as an attorney, gives viewers an in-depth look at the causes and mechanics of these injuries, tips on presenting a "whiplash" case, and helps attorneys understand which type of expert is needed for which claim.
Common Car Crash Injuries: Anatomy, Treatment, Litigation
Susan Ramsey began her career as a
Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at Yale New Haven Hospital.
She attended and graduated from CUNY Law School, and is admitted in
several different state and federal bars.
She has spoken and
presented publications for a number of organizations, including nursing
and paralegal institutions, has published several articles for nursing
journals, and remains an active member of the American Association of
Nurse Attorneys. Currently, Ms. Ramsey litigates cases involving
catastrophic injuries and wrongful death on behalf of victims. These
cases include severe vehicular collisions, product liability and medical