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About the Neurolaw Trial Group and this blog

The Neurolaw Trial Group is dedicated to the representation of victims of traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries and severe chronic pain, and brings the most advanced tests of the brain, spine, and pain to the courtroom. Even seemingly minor traumas—whether a slip or fall or a low-impact motor vehicle collision—can have devastating but overlooked effects -->

Finkelstein & Partners, LLP, prepares Amicus Brief to U.S. Supreme Court, on issue of Equitable Tolling and the Veteran’s Claim

Finkelstein & Partners, L.L.P.,  was asked to prepare an Amicus Brief for the U.S. Supreme Court by N.O.V.A. www.vetadvocates.com,  Veterans for Common Sense, www.veteransforcommonsense.com  and by the Federal Bar Association, Veterans Law Section, www.fedbar.org.   Finkelstein & Partners attorneys, Andrew G. Finkelstein, George A. Kohl, 2nd, Nancy Y. Morgan & Duncan W. Clark prepared the first -->

Finkelstein & Partners, LLP, prepares Amicus Brief to U.S. Supreme Court, on issue of Equitable Tolling and the Veteran’s Claim

Finkelstein & Partners, L.L.P.,  was asked to prepare an Amicus Brief for the U.S. Supreme Court by N.O.V.A. www.vetadvocates.com,  Veterans for Common Sense, www.veteransforcommonsense.com  and by the Federal Bar Association, Veterans Law Section, www.fedbar.org.   Finkelstein & Partners attorneys, Andrew G. Finkelstein, George A. Kohl, 2nd, Nancy Y. Morgan & Duncan W. Clark prepared the first -->

C.A.V.C. Holds its 11th Judicial Conference

The CAVC (Court of Appeals for Veteran’s Claims), the first Court of Law that a Veteran enters when involved in the claims process, held it’s 11th Judicial Conference on March 4-5, 2010, in Washington D.C.  The CAVC was established by Congress in 1988 and provides an avenue of appeal for Veterans whose claims are denied -->