SCARLETT LAW GROUP
A SINGULAR PASSION FOR REPRESENTING
SURVIVORS OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES
IMPACT Randall Scarlett, named in Super Lawyers® since
2006, spent time working with Drew Dakota Bianchi, a 21-year-
old who suffered traumatic brain injury when two big-rig trucks
collided and struck the car in which he was riding. After a hotly
contested six-week trial, the jury awarded Bianchi $49.1 million,
which included more than $27 million for future medical care.
“My passion has been representing survivors of traumatic brain
injuries and their families,” says Scarlett of the Scarlett Law
Group. “The challenge when you’re talking about catastrophic
harm is establishing the value of therapy.”
Scarlett has successfully handled a wide range of catastrophic
injury cases, including spinal cord injuries, paralysis, loss of
limbs and wrongful death. He has achieved record verdicts,
including $26 million for a brain-injured child and $22.8
million for a 52-year-old brain-injured woman.
TRIAL TECHNIQUES Inexperienced trial lawyers may show
jurors a client’s catastrophic damage, but not effectively
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demonstrate the benefits of care. Scarlett’s experience gives
him particular insight. He utilizes PowerPoint, imaging tools,
animations, visibility studies, video, photos, graphs and charts
as creative demonstrative evidence. He was the first lawyer in
the country to successfully introduce brain gel, an agent that
duplicates brain characteristics, during a trial.
ADVOCACY Scarlett is a current member and past vice
president of the California Brain Injury Association (CALBIA).
He serves as seminar director of the CALBIA’s California
Medical/Legal Conference. He is a member of the American
Association for Justice and past chair of its traumatic brain
injury litigation section. He is board certified by the American
Board of Professional Liability Attorneys.
SCARLETT LAW GROUP
536 Pacific Ave.
Barbary Coast Building
San Francisco, CA 94133
PH: (415) 352-6264 • (800) 262-7576
FX: (415) 352-6265