fMRI, GOSE and Ensuring Chronic ABI Survivors are Recognized as Catastrophically Impaired Bartimaeus

Author(s): David F. MacDonald, Stacey L. Stevens

February 28, 2019


On February 28, 2019, Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyers David MacDonald and Stacey Stevens presented at Bartimaeus Inc. on the topic of fMRI, GOSE and Ensuring Chronic ABI Survivors are Recognized as Catastrophically Impaired.”

The presentation discussed the following topics:

  • What imaging is currently being used for assessing mTBI/concussion?
  • How to access fMRI testing
  • Positive Findings
  • ABI under 18, CAT if
  • June 1/16 CAT Definition re ABI for 18+
  • GOSE: The Tools
  • Preparing to determine CAT at 6 months
  • Key Points from 1998 Wilson GOSE Article
  • GOSE Key Points
  • GOSE/GOS Case Law
  • GOSE and GOS

View David and Stacey’s presentation HERE.


If you have questions, please contact:

David MacDonald at 416-868-3155 or by EMAIL.

or

Stacey Stevens at 416-868-3186 or by EMAIL.

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