Proving the existence of a concussion injury in a court of law is very difficult.  It requires the experience of a skilled concussion injury lawyer and a knowledgeable medical or health care professional.

In most concussion cases, there is no objective test to conclusively prove the existence of a concussion injury.  There is no imaging test such as x-ray, MRI, or CAT scan, not blood test and not neuropsychological test to conclusively to prove the concussion injury.

For that reason, the proof of the concussion injury requires a lawyer that understands concussion injuries and know how to work with experienced concussion injury doctors.  The Schmidt Salita Law Team has that experience.