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Personal Injury Law Conference 2019 (Electronic Download)

Available: In Stock
Price: $69.00
Item Code: 10683-DL


This book is a powerful tool for helping you stay on top of the essential issues that are driving and shaping your practice. Leading plaintiff’s and defense counsel and judges, you have access to strategies from all sides of the “v.”

Summary of Contents

  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Do’s and Don’ts Practice Tips 
  • Auto Insurance 101 
  • Selling Your Fall Down Case in a Skeptical Environment 
  • Current State of the Law after Tincher 
  • Trying a Case Before the Social Media Generation 
  • Pennsylvania UM/UIM Update 
  • Help, I’ve Fallen, and I Can’t Get Up: Who Do You Sue and Why? (Slides
  • How to K.I.S.S Your Jury and Win Products Cases The Art of Simplifying the Complex Case (Slides) 
  • Liens and Other Boring Things You Have to Deal With 
  • Suing the Commonwealth: Why We're Different 
  • Intake of Guarding/Pinch Point Product Liability Case 
  • Wrestling with Multiple Defendants 
  • Look Mom: No Hands! An Introduction to Automated Vehicles and the Legal and Regulatory Issues That Surround Them 
  • Do I Need an Expert?
  • Right Now! Immediate Considerations Upon Learning of a Products Liability Incident/Case 
  • How to Avoid a Catastrophic Verdict in a Catastrophic Case The Need for Civility: Planners’ Roundtable
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Published: 9/1/2019
Pages: 404
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