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By:   Adam R. Little

Released in 1999, with Partner Adam R. Little being the updating author, the Personal Injury Practice Manual assembles the expertise of 30 specialists whose areas of expertise span a broad spectrum of issues relevant to personal injury claims – including leading personal injury practitioners as well as specialists in rehabilitation, forensic engineering, structured settlements, brain injuries, economic loss and certified life care planning.


– Professional Conduct Issues – conflicts and ethical questions that commonly arise, such as: contingency fee arrangements, class actions, preparation of medical reports and potential conflicts of interest

– Automobile Insurance – underinsured coverage and arbitration and mediation practice

– Product Liability – the law, standards of care, proof and defences

– Workers’ Compensation Claims – how claims are pursued and the circumstances in which personal injury claims are restrained

– Medical Malpractice – the strategies, procedures, costs, dealing with experts, causation and proof

– Occupiers’ Liability – injuries suffered on a commercial or public site

– Criminal Injuries Compensation Practice – relief available for claimants and relevant considerations in applying to and appearing before the Board

– Specialized Litigation – new technologies, the special place of class proceedings, pitfalls in litigating a brain injury, pleasure craft or AIDS-related cases.

– Special Damages – future care and rehabilitation, collateral benefits, economic loss and structured settlements.

For more information or to order this book, please visit this page.