Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Aleks Mladenovic was recently featured in a Law Times article titled “Recent case “like a CSI episode” says Thomson Rogers’ Aleks Mladenovic” where a forensic look at radiologic imaging and working backwards proved definitively the aspect of factual causation.
“It was a highly technical case in the sense that we had to demonstrate what the client’s X-rays, CT and MRI scans showed,” says Mladenovic. “We did a forensic look at all of the imaging and worked our way backwards — it was like a CSI episode. We were able to overcome some contemporaneous medical records that went completely against our theory of the case by proving our case on a well-rounded, radiologic, objective basis.”
“Ultimately, we convinced the judge the radiologic evidence showed definitively that Andrew’s patellar tendon was completely lacerated from the beginning and therefore Dr. Fine’s notes and his evidence could not be true,” Mladenovic says. “And, that’s why we were able to win.”
Continue reading the full article on Law Times here.
Aleks Mladenovic is a partner in the Personal Injury Group at Thomson Rogers with a particular focus on health law, medical malpractice and personal injury litigation. He has represented personal injury plaintiffs at the trial and appellate court levels.
Aleks was named one of the leading medical malpractice lawyers in Canada by Lawday, a North American resource for the legal profession. He also has the honour of having been selected by his peers to be published in the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory as a leading practitioner in the field of personal injury litigation and medical negligence and The Best LawyersTMin Canada in the areas of Health Law, Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury.
Aleks can be reached at 416-868-3204 or by EMAIL.
For Thomson Rogers updates please subscribe to our email list here.