Stewart Casper secured $1.3 million for a 17-year-old autistic boy from Greenwich, Connecticut who, at age 9, sustained serious injuries in a car accident while being transported to school. In a head-on motor vehicle crash in Wilton, Connecticut, he sustained multiple fractures including the frontal bone (right forehead) and the orbital rim and roof of the right eye; fractures of the sinus bones on both sides; fractures of his nose and fractures of his jaw. The CAT scan of the young man’s brain demonstrated a contusion of the brain and various fracture fragments, including one close to the optic nerve. Six days following the crash, a combined surgical procedure involving both a plastic surgeon and a neurosurgeon was delayed by medical complications involving the poor clotting quality of his blood. The head injuries were repaired after puzzling the pieces of his skull using internal fixation devices including metal plates and micro titanium screws. At the time of the surgery, the neurosurgeon found that the bone fragments had lacerated the protective covering around the brain called the dura. An area of necrotic or dead brain tissue in the right frontal lobe was found and removed. Unlike in the case of most traumatic brain injuries, this boy had undergone extensive neuropsychological evaluation in connection with the diagnostic evaluation for his autism. It was determined that he had experienced more than a two standard deviation decline in his visual sequential memory, which previously tested in the above-average to the superior range. This decline meant he would never be able to live independently and probably never be able to maintain independent employment. Our traumatic brain injury attorneys were able to get compensation for this loss of potential income.