The leg bone`s connected to the knee bone, the knee bone`s connected to the thigh bone. You know that much, but to properly handle a case involving injury to an extremity, you need to know a whole lot more. Award-winning professor Sam Hodge gives you a tour-de-force introduction.
This course is essential for lawyers, paralegals, and judges handling:
--personal injury cases
--social security disability
--any case in which spinal injury disease is alleged or suspected
The program covers
--anatomical terminology (reference points, body parts, bones, soft tissues, etc.)
--mechanisms of injury
Medical School for Lawyers Certificate
This course counts toward our Medical School for Lawyers certificate. Earn 24 CLE credits in three years (beginning January 2008) from selected courses in our Medicine for Lawyers and Anatomy for Lawyers series, and we will send you a handsome certificate suitable for framing. Click here for more information.