Congratulations to our law firm attorney Whitney S. Graham on her recent publication. Whitney co-authored a chapter entitled “Evaluation of the Incarcerated Transplant Candidate,” along with co-authors Dr. Jeffrey Mufson and Dr. Paula C. Zimbrean, in the textbook Transplant Psychiatry, a Case-Based Approach to Clinical Challenges edited by Paula C. Zimbrean, Yelizaveta Sher, Catherine Crone and Andrea F. DiMartini, from Springer Publishing.
Whitney provided legal research and writing as well as case law summaries for the chapter. The topic includes medical, legal, and ethical considerations for the evaluation of incarcerated persons who require treatment including organ transplants.
You can read some of Whitney’s other publications here:
- The Pennsylvania Dead Man’s Act and It’s Exceptions: Does the Pennsylvania Dead Man’s Act have to Kill Your Case? Chester County New Matter, 2021.
- CLE Credits – A guide for the New Attorney. At Issue, Pennsylvania Bar, 2018.
- Best Practices to Prepare for the Personal Injury Mediation. PBS Resolution, 2017.
- Your First Trial: Three Concepts for Making the Move to First Chair. At Issue, Pennslyvania Bar, 2014.
Attorney Whitney S. Graham focuses her practice on helping injured people recover the compensation they deserve after devastating accidents including motor vehicle collisions, defective product injuries, wrongful death, and other personal injury matters. She takes pride in representing clients through all aspects of litigation from arbitration and mediation to trial and, if required, appellate matters.
If you would like to discuss a potential claim, call Whitney S. Graham for a free consultation. She can be reached at Graham & Mauer’s Valley Forge or Harrisburg office: 610-933-3333 or 800-218-0808.