Welcome to the Journal of Accident and Emergency Medicine for Tort Victims

This publication is a leading international journal of developments and advances in emergency medicine. It represents all specialties involved in emergency care in the hospital environment, as well as liaisons with lawyers for personal injuries. The journal acts as a major forum for education, research, and debate on all aspects of emergency medicine and the law. Papers include original research of a high scientific standard in the UK and United States. In addition there are review articles, short reports, case reports and occasional series dealing with specific aspects of emergency care.


Portrait of young Kenau Hasselaer wearing Nordic headdress

Portrait of young Kenau Hasselaer wearing Nordic headdress

Kenau Hasselaer. A pre law student and possibly switching to the medical field, her passion is helping the defenseless and providing them with refuge and protection from those who would do them harm. She acts as a fearless defender of victim’s rights, and will fight to the bitter end to make certain that this journal is grammatically correct.

Areas covered include:

  • Acute Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Elderly Care
  • Surgery
  • Intensive Care
  • Psychiatry
  • Trauma
  • Toxicology
  • Tort Law

The Emergency Medicine Journal grew out of a co-owned British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine and sailed across the Atlantic to America, where it became the Journal of Accident and Emergency Medicine for Tort Victims. Using English and American Common Law principles, we seek out the expertise of medical and legal professionals around the world to assist us in our mission of providing information that is crucial to tort victims of catastrophic claims cases.

Our site is administered by Paul “Michael” Wong, himself an accident victim who runs a contracting company, forced to deal with the stiffness, and chronic discomfort associated with personal injuries.¬† His site covers topics such as tort law, how to recover for serious injuries as the result of a car, truck, or motorcycle accident, and work related injuries such as a hematoma, fractured skull, brain injury, or even a fatality and loss of a close person in your family.

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