Although many news stories have been reporting about various conferences, training events, and even social gatherings that focus on educating the public on the dangers and effects of shaken baby syndrome, few of them have written of the meetings among experts intended to deepen their insight on the subject. According to the STL Today website, however, a recent conference at St. Louis University gathered experts on fatal injuries in an effort to deepen their knowledge of related subject matter, including shaken baby syndrome. In a gathering of coroners, forensic scientists, medical examiners, and crime scene investigators, speakers at the Conference for Advanced Death Investigation discussed the topic of abusive head trauma (shaken baby syndrome), among other subject matter.
As an advocate for children who have suffered serious or fatal injuries as a result of abusive head trauma, attorney Chris Keane has been working with the experts on the subject for over fifteen years. If you have questions regarding shaken baby syndrome or believe that your child may be suffering from the injury, feel free to contact Chris Keane for free resources, helpful information, and answers regarding your specific situation.
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