LNCtips.com Newsletter - February 23, 2016

An Overview of Reptile Theory in Medical Malpractice
Reptile Theory is a neuropsychological strategy used by plaintiff attorneys to successfully win huge settlements and jury awards for their clients, even when the facts of the case don't merit large damages Reptile Theory was first described in 2009 by Keenan and Ball (more about them later).  The theory has rapidly become a boon for plaintiff attorneys and a bane for defense attorneys. As for LNCs, there are implications for them as well.  Read More.  
Katy Jones
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