Don’t be Aggravated by Pre-Existing Injury Cases

Published by Texas Trial Lawyers Association


Your client had a great life before the car wreck. He had been treated for back pain off and on. Your client is now in constant pain. You will prove it was caused by the car wreck. You can make the pre-existing injury the best part of your case.

Originally Published

December 7, 2017

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Don’t be Aggravated by Pre-Existing Injury Cases - Video
  • Don’t be Aggravated by Pre-Existing Injury Cases - Paper
  • Don’t be Aggravated by Pre-Existing Injury Cases - Slide Deck

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