See Key Testimony at Trial Over the Catastrophic Injuries a Patient Suffered from a Sodium Imbalance
Last month, Nevada jurors handed down a $47 million verdict in a medical malpractice trial over the locked-in syndrome paralysis a patient suffered following a catastrophic sodium imbalance. Key to that verdict was testimony from Dr. Eric Bershad, a Texas neurologist, who walked jurors through the patient’s condition using a computer animation prepared by Focus Graphics. And now, for a limited time, you can watch critical moments of that testimony for free.
Dr. Eric Bershad details a patient's condition while using a computer animation prepared by Focus Graphics.
.Amy Geiler suffered locked-in syndrome paralysis after a bout of hyponatremia, or low sodium, that her attorneys from the Claggett & Sykes Law Firm argued was mistreated. Early in the three-week trial, Dr. Bershad testified for the plaintiff concerning his opinion on Geiler suffering osmotic demyelination syndrome, which can occur following a rapid change in sodium levels. Using a computer animation developed by Focus Graphics, Dr. Bershad detailed his conclusions.
That testimony was critical to developing the plaintiff’s case. And now you can watch it free for a limited time.
Simply complete the form on the left to sign up and watch how Dr. Bershad uses this powerful demonstrative to explain the medical condition at the center of the case.
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