Lee D. Cranberg, MD
, is a Neurologist
and Behavioral Neurologist
on the faculty of Harvard Medical School. He has an active clinical practice combining patient care and teaching. He is past President of the Boston Society of Neurology and Psychiatry.
– Dr. Cranberg is available to review medical records, discuss and write up his opinions, and testify at deposition and trial. He has reviewed cases and served as an expert witness since 1986 for both plaintiff and defendant.
Dr. Cranberg has handled personal injury, medical malpractice, competency, testamentary capacity, and criminal cases.
Thorough in his reviews and precise in his opinions, Dr. Cranberg is skilled at explaining complex and technical issues to a lay audience.
– "I found Dr. Cranberg to be very thorough, resourceful, and exceedingly well prepared. He was very precise at his deposition and stood up well against a very seasoned lawyer. He knew the medical records better than either the defense lawyer or I did. The case settled; so I cannot tell you how he did before a jury, but I had complete confidence that he would have presented well. He was very easy to work with and was very accessible. He bills fairly. I would not hesitate to use him again."
Areas of Expertise
- Behavioral Neurology
- Closed Head Injury
- Head Trauma
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Brain Damage
- Nerve Injury
- Nerve Damage
- Testamentary Capacity
|CompetencyHypoxic Ischemic EncephalopathyAnoxic EncephalopathyDementiaAlzheimer’s DiseaseCerebrovascular Accident (Stroke)Brain TumorCarpal Tunnel SyndromeSeizures / Epilepsy|