Don't Miss the Upcoming BIACAL Concussion Symposium

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As San Francisco brain injury lawyers, we have seen firsthand how dramatically a life can change after a serious accident. With hundreds of thousands of Americans suffering brain injuries every year, we believe that the work of organizations like BIACAL is extremely important. In an effort to spread public awareness of concussion, the most common type of brain injury, BIACAL is hosting an informative seminar event.

Coaches, parents, and student athletes are encouraged to join BIACAL at the upcoming Concussion Symposium on Saturday, March 19, 2016. This half-day event will take place at the Residence Inn by Marriott Sacramento Downtown at Capitol Park. Registration will begin at 7:30 A.M., and the event will conclude with a panel Q&A between 11:30 A.M. and 12:00 P.M. Seminar speakers will provide valuable information on the following topics:

  • Sideline management of concussion
  • What to do once you have a concussed player
  • The impact of concussion and its aftermath
  • The current state of neuroimaging in TBI

Adult tickets are $25 and student tickets are $10. If you would like to become a sponsor, please consider making a donation:

  • Bronze Sponsor: $100
  • Silver Sponsor: $250
  • Gold Sponsor: $500
  • Platinum Sponsor: $1,000

Space is limited, so be sure to register online today.


The Brain Injury Association of California is a non-profit organization aimed at providing resources, information, advocacy, education, and support for those whose lives have been touched in some way by brain injury. Through their efforts, they have helped raise funds through a number of events to benefit research projects and much more. As a chapter of the country’s oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization, BIACAL’s mission is to improve the quality of life for all individuals impacted by brain injury, and to provide help and hope to the families and professionals who serve them.

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