Adrian is currently the CEO, Chief Nursing Officer, and Clinical Director of NeuroRehab Services and has many years’ experience in various areas of the healthcare industry including Trauma, Brain and Spinal Cord Injury, Pharmaceutical Development and Research, and Neurologic Rehabilitation. Throughout his career he has been a part of several companies related to Brain Injury, Patient Rights and Charities directed at helping traumatically injured individuals. Most recently he and his team developed the Odyssey Program a one of a kind treatment system that helps to facilitate treatment of Traumatic Brain Injured Clients in their own home and community. A nationally recognized speaker he is the Author and Co-Author of a large number of continuing education presentations on TBI, SCI, Trauma and Good Clinical Practices for care of Neurologically Impaired Individuals; Author of Neurologic Education and Certification Programs for the treatment of TBI in various clinical environments; Author and Developer of several treatment programs designed specifically for the treatment of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries.

Justin Kahn is a civil litigator with Kahn Law Firm, LLP in Charleston, South Carolina. He handles professional liability, tort, product liability, contract and other matters. He has practiced in state and federal courts throughout the country.

Justin is AV rated and is board certified in medical malpractice by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys where he also serves on the board. He is also board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a civil trial advocate and in civil pretrial practice advocacy. He is also a diplomate with the National College of Advocacy and American Association of Justice. He is certified by the South Carolina Supreme Court as a civil circuit court mediator.

He is an adjunct professor of law at the Charleston School of Law where he teaches pretrial practice. He authors the South Carolina Rules Annotated and the South Carolina Rules of Evidence Annotated published by the South Carolina Bar CLE Division. He has written, lectured and taught throughout the country on a variety of topics including advocacy, procedure, evidence, ethics, technology and persuasion.

He is a member of various legal professional organizations including the American Association for Justice, American Bar Association, South Carolina Association for Justice and is a permanent member of the Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference.

He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals, United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals, United States Court of Federal Claims, United States District Court for the District of South Carolina and the South Carolina Supreme Court.

He is married, is the proud parent of three children and loves to perform magic.

He received a B.S. from Tulane University in Psychology and B.S. in Communication in 1988. He received his J.D. degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1992.

Chadrick Alexander Mance is founder of the Mance Law Group, the community’s law firm for the injured in Savannah, GA. He is a trial lawyer who represents clients deceased or seriously injured in automobile accidents, in tractor trailer collisions, in construction accidents, by the negligence of physicians, by police misconduct, and by dangerous products. Mr. Mance represents clients across the state of Georgia.

In 2017, Mance lectured at the nation’s largest conference on dangerous drugs injuring consumers, Mass Torts Made Perfect. That year, Mance was and continues to be the youngest speaker invited to speak at this national conference, whose speakers include the best lawyers throughout the nation with multi-million dollar and multi-billion dollar verdicts.

In 2016, Mr. Mance served as President of the Port City Bar Association, Savannah’s prestigious African American Bar Association. Mance became one of the youngest to serve as president of this prestigious organization of lawyers. He was also parliamentarian of the Savannah Trial Lawyers’ Association and Chairman of the Savannah Section of the Georgia Trial Lawyers’ Association’s Young Lawyer Division. The same year he was selected to present on wrongful death lawsuits against governmental entities before The State Bar of Georgia’s Annual Convention. Mance was among the youngest presenters selected. Mance has been featured on Magic 103.9’s Gospel Morning Show, Magic 103.9’s R&B Morning Show, W-TOC, WSAV, WJCL, and other Savannah news stations as a commentator or participant concerning high profile legal cases. In 2015, Mance completed the Georgia Trial Lawyers’ Association’s Leadership Education and Advanced Development Program, a program that selects the best and brightest young trial lawyers in the state for its graduates.

In fall of 2014, Mr. Mance served as a visiting professor of law at Morehouse College where he lectured on topics related to his practice. It is believed that Mance was the youngest college professor at Morehouse during that time. He has also lectured on wrongful death civil rights trials at Savannah State University, in addition to conducting community-based workshops on general topics relating to personal injury. In addition, he has presented to groups such as the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency on topics such as workers’ compensation and workers’ rights.

Mance is a cum laude graduate of Morehouse College where he obtained a degree in business administration. While at Morehouse, Mance served as student body president and a member of the college’s board of trustees. During his senior year, Mance toured around the United States conducting panel discussions about civil rights and social justice with Judge Glenda Hatchett, Susan Taylor (of Essence Magazine), Jeff Johnson (of Tom Joyner’s Morning Show), and Emmanuel Lewis.

Mance is also a 2012 graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law where his trial team won the largest invitational trial advocacy tournament in the United States in 2011, The Buffalo-Niagra Mock Trial Invitational. While at Georgia Law, Mance was awarded the Weinberg, Wheeler, Hudgins, Gunn & Dial Outstanding Mock Trial Advocate Award. He was a dedicated member of BLSA and was voted as “Most Likely to Become a Supreme Court Judge”. He also co-founded the Georgia Association of Law and Politics which now hosts an annual conference on legal and political issues across the state. Mance believes that the law is a tool meant to influence people to help others. He has devoted his practice and work to fighting for the seriously injured and down-trodden.

Gary Jackson is a name many attorneys in North Carolina know. He has been president of the NC Advocates for Justice and has held leadership positions in several other national and state organizations.

Gary is frequently asked to speak throughout the country at educational programs for lawyers and he regularly authors articles addressing current legal trends and developments.

He has won many awards over his 35+ years as a trial lawyer – 22 of which have been spent fighting for plaintiffs in numerous multi-million dollar claims. North Carolina Super Lawyers magazine has designated Gary a “North Carolina Super Lawyer1” every year since 2006 for Class Actions and Mass Torts. In 2013, 2014, and 2015 he was designated one of the “top 100 lawyers in North Carolina1” and in 2013 and 2015 among the “top 25 lawyers in Charlotte1”. Gary has been recognized by Business North Carolina as a “Legal Elite2” in 2003, 2004, 2008, and 2013. He is a charter fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, and holds an AV pre-eminent rating (the highest peer-review rating) from Martindale-Hubbell3.

While this path may seem relatively straightforward on paper, Gary’s path to success has been anything but straightforward – much like his courtroom style.

In 1990, attorney Todd J. O’Malley founded O’Malley & Langan with attorney Gerard Langan. With decades of experience under his belt, attorney O’Malley has earned a reputation in Pennsylvania for delivering the results clients need. That’s why so many people in Northeastern Pennsylvania rely on attorney O’Malley to personally handle cases involving workers’ compensation, personal injury, wrongful death and more.

Scranton Preparatory School
University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania, B.A.
University of North Dakota, Juris Doctorate

U.S. Army, Fort Bliss, Texas, 1971 – 1973
18 years in The Pennsylvania National Guard
Executive Officer, Headquarters Company; First Battalion 109th
Company Commander, 55th Brigade
Headquarters Company, S3Air, 55th Brigade
28th Division, S1-55th Brigade
Personnel Officer, 28th Division, Headquarters, Pennsylvania National Guard, Fort Indian Town Gap, Annville, Pennsylvania, 1973 – 1974
Special Assistant Attorney General; Bureau of Consumer Protection, 1974 – 1975
Deputy Attorney General, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, 1975 to Present

Past Chairman, Workers’ Compensation Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (now The American Association of Justice)
Moderator and Course Planner – Educational Program at ATLA’s 2000 Annual Convention
Member, American Bar Association
Former Board Member, American Association of Justice
Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association – Workers’ Compensation Section
Former Board Member, Pennsylvania Association for Justice
Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association
Member, Lackawanna County Bar Association
Member, Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Board of Directors, Workplace Injury Litigation Group Executive Committee for Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers
Past President, Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group
Board of Directors, Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group
Board of Directors, Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers
Past Member, The Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers
Past Co-Chairman, The Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers, Workers’ Compensation Section
Past President, Past Budget Chair and Past President of the Board, Scranton, PA, School Board of Education
Board of Directors, Workplace Injury Litigation Group (WILG)
Member, American College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Dr. O’Donnell is an Associate Professor of Cell & Molecular Medicine at the Rush Medical College in Chicago. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Pharmacology He is a co-Editor of O’Donnell’s Drug Injury IVth Ed. He consults and testifies for plaintiffs and defendants (~ 400 trials, several thousand consultations) in drug related matters throughout the United States . He resides in Barrington Hills, IL.

Harvey A. Moore, Ph.D., is the President of Trial Practices, Inc. and HMA, Inc., both full service litigation consulting firms aiding attorneys and clients in thematic development of case issues, trial communication strategies, voir dire, jury selection, witness evaluation and training, development of computer graphics and demonstrative exhibits, and other applied, social science consultation. Dr. Moore has provided research and consulting services to attorneys and clients continually since 1975. Today, he is one of a handful of national jury consultants called upon to advise litigants on major lawsuits across the country. He has consulted on cases as far away as Melbourne, Australia and the Hague in the Netherlands. His work has been featured on television news shows such as A Current Affair, 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, Dateline and CNN while the BBC did a special on his firm. You might visit his websites to see the distinguished team of scientists, artists and Emmy Award-winning journalists assembled to evaluate and develop stories for trial.

Dr. Moore served as a Captain in the U.S. Army Signal Corp until 1974 and then joined the tenured faculty at the University of South Florida, Department of Sociology, in Tampa, Florida, from 1974 to 1993. During that period, he served the Director of the University of South Florida Human Resources Institute from 1979 to 1983, Assistant to the President from 1982 to 1984, and from 1982 to 1986, the Deputy Director for Research at the Florida Mental Health Institute. His areas of teaching and research expertise include Sociology of Law, jury behavior, venue evaluation, community standards, survey research, and deviant behavior. Dr. Moore received a Bachelor of Arts from Knox College in 1968, a Master of Science degree from Illinois State University in 1969, the Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 1972.

Dr. Brennan hails from the Carolina’s originally and grew up in a family of four. His mother, Babs was a switchboard operator at the American Red Cross. His father , Bill Sr. , was a salesman for Allis-Chalmers Corp. Having one sister, Barbara, Dr. Brennan had his work cut out for him standing out as she would eventually go on to Ivy league law school and finally become one of our country’s special prosecutors for the United States Department of Justice. “My sister and I are very close but it was a real task to be heard over her while she argued her case in front of my parents at the dinner table” reveals Dr. Brennan.

Dr. Brennan’s love of the living sciences led him to a Bachelors degree in Chemistry from St. Andrew’s Presbyterian College in 1979 and then on to Clemson University for a Masters degree in Biochemistry in 1984. “It was at Clemson that I saw medical research first hand and my research involved outlining neurochemical pathways in the brain. Soon my interest turned to medical practice and away from the laboratory” says Dr. Brennan. He would become accepted later that year into medical school at The University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Columbia, South Carolina.

As a third year student in medical school, Dr. Brennan was introduced to the world of Neurosurgery. “I’ll never forget the first neurosurgery cases I was invited to scrub on. It was a man in his 40’s who fell off a motorcycle and had a skull fracture” recalls Dr. Brennan. “All I can remember is the feeling that I was somewhere I needed to be, doing what I needed to be doing”. Dr. Brennan was awarded the Surgery Medal from the University at graduation and was inducted into the medical honor society Alpha Omega Alpha. He was accepted into the Neurosurgery training program at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville where he spent the next seven years mastering the field and preparing for private practice. Since then Dr. Brennan has performed over 3000 surgeries and was made a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and Congress of Neurological Surgeons.

Joseph DiNardo, Esq. is the Founder of Counsel Financial. He oversees all business transactions and provides overarching direction for the company. Prior to founding Counsel Financial in 2000, Joe practiced mass tort and personal injury law for over 26 years. During his extensive trial career, he represented thousands of injured plaintiffs, obtaining many multi-million dollar settlements and awards on cases tried to verdict. Joe has also lectured for the New York State and American Bar Associations and the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. He is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School and has dedicated his time to businesses financing the legal industry since 1998. Joe was featured multiple times in the publication “Best Lawyers in America.”

Ron White is without question one of the top Memory Experts in the world! He is a two-time national memory champion. He won the USA Memory Championship in 2009 and 2010. Ron held the record for the fastest to memorize a deck of shuffled cards in only 1 minute and 27 seconds. He held this record for two years and is a top memory expert. Ron’s desire is not that you see him as the person with the best trained memory, but that he teaches YOU to have the best trained memory! Ron has appeared on Good Morning America, Martha Stewart Show, FOX and Friends, the CBS Evening News, CBS Early Show, FOX and NBC. He has also been written about in newspapers from the New York post to the Dallas Morning News.