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The Brain Injury Law Group is a community of plaintiff's trial lawyers across the United States united by a common interest in serving the rights of persons with traumatic brain injuries and a common commitment to fully understanding the anatomic, medical and psychological aspects of TBI, so we may be of better service to the survivors of brain injury. The members of the Brain Injury Law Group are not part of a national law firm. We have separate law practices and are licensed to practice only in our home states. Organized by Attorney Gordon Johnson of Wisconsin, we will assist survivors of TBI to find a lawyer specializing in brain injury law to represent them in the state where they were injured.
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