In Defense Of The Term Whiplash

Whiplash Brain Injuries

This page at one time included a paper I wrote in 1997 for a presentation to the Southern Trial Lawyers convention about why I liked the word whiplash, to illustrate the way in which a brain could get injured without a blow to the head.  That paper now has predominantly historic significance for me and is no longer available on

For more information on the nature of the biomechanics that can cause a brain injury without a blow to the head, click here.
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