Attorney Randall Scarlett to Speak at Frontiers in Advocacy Multiday Seminar

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases continue to be one of the most complex topics a personal injury attorney can encounter. There is so much on the line when a client has suffered such a catastrophic injury, it is absolutely imperative their legal representative knows all about TBIs, their causes, their consequences, and related case law. In order to help spread knowledge about this sensitive, complicated injury claim, Legal Latitudes is hosting a multiday seminar titled Frontiers in Advocacy: Traumatic Brain Injury – Innovative Tools, Tactics and Technology.

While this event is already quite exciting for any legal professional who wants to become better at handling TBI cases, it is taken to another level by the fact that Attorney Randall Scarlett will be acting as a keynote speaker. As the lead attorney at Scarlett Law Group in San Francisco, Randall has become known throughout California and the country as a trusted name in brain injury and catastrophic injury cases. He is scheduled to host his speaking seminar “From Tears to Triumphs – Three Life Changing TBI Cases” on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 from 10:15 AM to 11:00 AM.

Important information you should know about Frontiers in Advocacy:

The multiday event will be a one-of-a-kind opportunity to gain impeccable knowledge and insight into traumatic brain injury cases. From all of us at Scarlett Law Group, we hope to see you there!

Interested in learning more about Scarlett Law Group? Or, do you need to talk to one of our San Francisco brain injury lawyers about a claim of your own? Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

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