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Premkiran B. Reddy, M.D., J.D., F.C.L.M.

  • J.D. State Bar of California Licensed

  • M.D. with Psychiatry Externship​​

  • F.C.L.M. Fellow of the American College of Legal Medicine

  • Certified ARBITRATOR - California

  • Certified MEDIATOR​​​ - Texas

  • 15 years Experience in Establishing and Operating a Rehab Clinic.


  • CALIFORNIA:  Central, Southern, Northern & Eastern Districts 

  • TEXAS:  Eastern, Northern, Southern, &  Western Districts


  • American Association for Justice (AAJ)

  • American Bar Association​ (ABA)

  • Alameda County Bar Association (ACBA)

  • American College of Legal Medicine (ACLM)

  • Beverly Hills Bar Association (BHBA)

  • Consumer Attorneys Association of LA (CAALA)

  • Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC)

  • Houston Bar Association (HBA)

  • Jefferson County Bar Association (JCBA)

  • Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA)

  • American Health Law Association - (AHLA) till 2023

  • California Society for Healthcare Attorneys (CHSA) till 2023

    • Past Training - Hearing Officer (2021)

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I am among the few attorneys holding a Doctorate in Medicine, residing professionally at the crossroads of Law and Medicine. With my distinctive qualifications, I am well-equipped to serve you. My training and experience in various Psychiatry settings, my 15 years of operating a Rehab Clinic, along with my arbitration & mediation certifications, as well as having lived in different countries around the world and in various states in the United States, gives me a unique and distinct broad understanding of the human mind. This includes various Neurological, Endocrinological and Psycho-social factors influencing human behavior. My unique perspective enables me not only to comprehend Med-Legal issues from the perspectives of Medical Clinicians and Attorneys, but also from the viewpoint of victims/clients. I have also effectively stopped people from committing suicide.
In 2012, my aunt, a Medical Doctor & Christian Missionary, and my uncle, a full-time minister, experienced a severe head-on collision in my hometown. Unfortunately, I lost my aunt, and as a result, I relocated to my hometown to assist in caring for my uncle, who suffered from severe traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and physical injuries. Together with my family, which includes my father, a Physical Therapist, we provided round-the-clock care for my uncle at our home for seven years until his passing. Through this firsthand experience, I understand the challenges and the toll it takes on caregivers and family members.

I understand injured clients' physical and emotional anguish, changed behavior patterns and other medical needs. Additionally, I am skilled in effective communication and creating a comfortable environment during intakes and other trial procedures to better assist injured clients.
I assist Attorneys for Case Evaluations to spot Med-Legal Issues. Additionally, I help Attorneys in preparing for & effectively handling their own and opposing parties' Medical Experts’ depositions and cross exams. This in turn, fosters more successful and expedited negotiations. 
As a Co-Counsel, I collaborate with other Attorneys on a range of  Medical-Legal cases such as Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death and Product Liability, spanning from client intake to the trial phase. Additionally, I provide assistance to Attorneys in comprehending jurors, including their behaviors, and guide them in analyzing juror responses.


Publication: "Timing is everything in resolving mild traumatic brain injury cases."

Daily Journal: April 23rd, 2024

Topic: “Key Takeaways from the NFL Concussion Settlement and How we can use them to better serve our TBI Clients” 

Connectionology Seminars of America

“Concussion & NFL” 

National Lawyers Guild - Los Angeles, 90.7 FM - KPFK Radio Los Angeles


“Setting Your Boundaries Early & Often: Dealing with Difficult Clients, Counsel, Co-Counsel and Opposing Counsel” 

Los Angeles Incubator Consortium


“Understanding the TBI Client”  -  CLE given

Alameda County Bar Association


Topic: “Brain Anatomy for Lawyers”  -  CLE given

Connectionology Seminars of America in Nashville, TN


“A Look inside the TBI Brain”

Los Angeles Incubator Consortium & Bay Area Legal Incubator


“The Misunderstood TBI Client"

Connectionology Seminars of America


“Traumatic Brain Injury Overview” 

Los Angeles Incubator Consortium & Bay Area Legal Incubator


“Effect of Oxytocin on the social symptoms of Schizophrenia”

Jamaica Hospital Psychiatry Dept., NY

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