Resources

Medical Illustrations

Illustrations to help you understand the physical conditions associated with various personal and work-related injuries.

 

Mechanism of Cervical Ligamentous Sprain

MECHANISM OF CERVICAL LIGAMENTOUS SPRAIN

Medical illustration detailing normal positioning, hyperextension and hypertension.

Videos

Interview-style videos featuring Attorney Gene Brooks on Savannah’s Talking Law TV. They provide legal information on personal injury topics, including medical injuries, psychological injuries and an overview of automobile accidents.

BRAIN INJURY

Overview of the human brain and how injuries to different areas can cause a variety of impairments.
judgement functions, personality changes, loss of
vision and even reduced respiration.

SPINAL INJURY

Overview of the spinal cord and how injuries can cause different impairments.

KNEE INJURY

Covers basic anatomy of the human knee, how injuries cause a variety of impairments.how legal issues,
rehabilitation and financial recovery are handled by workers compensation or through the tort system.

Helpful Links

Learn about legal issues and trends, high -level cases, advocacy , important news, law and regulation changes, and other legal matters.

 

AFTERMARKET CAR REPLACEMENT PARTS

New crash-test video dramatically illustrates what can happen when a cheap aftermarket part suffers even a low-speed impact.

THE VENDOR-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP

A humorous montage portraying the vendor-client relationship.

DIMINISHED VALUE CLAIM YOUR CASH

Auto Damage Experts has helped hundreds of clients just like the ones in this news story.

ATTORNEY RESOURCES

Legal Documents

 

LEGAL SAMPLES

Legal documents to
help attorneys better serve their clients.

DAUBERT ISSUE

Evidence of asbestos exposure to prove
specific causation in mesothelioma case.

BAD FAITH INSURANCE

Brooks Law representation of a third party insurance company that refused to defend its insured.

Articles & Publications

Legal articles and publications of interest that are authored or co-authored by Brooks Law founder, Attorney Gene Brooks.

A Rule Needing Limits: The “Right for Any Reason” Rule

Article from “Verdict” magazine (with Gini Lynn Jenkins) (Summer 2011)