Technology and Representation of Profoundly Injured People

Technology and Representation of Profoundly Injured People

Attorney Beth Klein has a keen interest in intelligent technologies to help her clients stand, walk, and run again.

She is interested in the development of skin to help burned clients see themselves, move naturally, and tolerate fluctuations in temperature.  Electronic Skin – The Terminator is Real

Beth is interested in virtual reality technologies and ideas to disrupt chronic pain.  She has argued for new damage models so that juries to consider to support a profoundly injured client obtain financial resources to regain their lives through technology rather than awards for only future pain and suffering.

She is interested in the development of smart limbs so that the paralyzed can stand and walk with dignity.

In the words of a judge who knows her well, “Beth is an alien thinker; she looks at solutions outside the box and capitalizes on new ideas in Court long before other attorneys know the idea exists.”