I am a member of a select group of chiropractic doctors expertly trained and certified in cervical ligament injuries, concussions and vertebral fractures. I am a contributing author along with several of my peers as we gather at training and collaborate together to create educational material and research for our patients and legal representatives. Impact forces produce complex injury syndromes and our aim is help patients and plaintiff’s attorneys to better understand the mechanism of the forces that cause injury to the cervical spine and head during impact.
POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATIONS
Wellness Advisory Council for USA Wrestling – 2009-13
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
Your health is my first concern and you’ve entrusted it to me after your accident. I take that seriously. When you’re involved in an accident, there is accompanying stress and anxiety over your injuries, your future prognosis and the implications that arise from insurance issues. I have trained in the medical-legal aspects of trauma medicine and will treat you and your injuries with the highest care possible and process your case according to the highest standards so be confident that you are in caring hands and thank you for trusting me.
I am a trained auditor and ‘Knowledgeable Observer’ of medical and economist considerations. I utilize proprietary AI software to formulate demands to enhance valuation across 26 monetary markers that are often missing, and I conduct independent audits to reverse the unfair undervaluation of an injury claim.
Demands formulated contain ‘decision points,’ ‘case maximizers,’ and ‘value drivers’ in 26 separate sections.
The audit will refute the engagement of any “Unfair Claim Settlement Practice Acts.” An audit will correct misstatements of the defense or when insurers present an inadequate explanation of the legal and factual basis for unfair undervaluation of an injury claim.
I invite you to call to discuss case specifics. I will conduct a free analysis to determine if any claim is a candidate for audit to reverse an unfair undervaluation.