About the AAJ Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) victims require representation by trial lawyers who are knowledgeable and experienced in brain injury litigation. Expertise is critical in order to present and prove causation and damages. This group provides medical expert information, medical literature, and expert damage information, as well as provides a list server to connect and consult with other experienced TBI attorneys. 

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Who We Are

The Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group (TBILG) is a member-organized, member-led association of trial lawyers who are current members of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) and whose practices focus on representing plaintiffs in traumatic brain injury cases. 

Originally established in 1991, the TBILG exists to provide its members with the ability to easily share the knowledge, experience, resources, and techniques necessary to successfully handle these complex cases. Its current membership includes more than 400 attorneys from practices around the globe. 

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Current Leadership

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Andrew Abraham

Milton, MA

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Jay Vaughn

Louisville, KY

Robert Collins

Houston, TX

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Scott Blair

Edmonds, WA

Dorothy Clay Sims

Ocala, FL

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Membership and Benefits

TBILG’s 400+ members include many of the greatest TBI trial attorneys in the country, all of whom are dedicated to sharing their knowledge with colleagues, advancing the legal profession, and fighting for better outcomes for individuals with brain injuries. 

Members have access to the TBILG list server, where they can ask questions, share insights, and get help they need on their toughest cases. TBILG also hosts regular in-person conferences with accomplished speakers, and provides a free resource library. 

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