Monday, November 3, 2014
Injury Affects Body as a Whole
Many people do not realize that even a minor injury affects the body as a whole. I was reminded of this myself over the weekend after hurting my back. Anytime one part of the body is injured, the other parts of the body have to overcompensate until the injured member is healed. For example, with a back injury, this creates walking problems which creates leg pain, which creates foot pain, which leads to tension headaches, etc. Moe Levine wrote about this in many of his trial lawyer lectures many years ago. It makes for a powerful jury argument when presented properly.