Tackle Auto Injury Litigation with Ease
Navigate complex auto injury litigation with ease, gain cutting-edge tips and get concrete strategies for overcoming the toughest hurdles. In this forward-thinking program, esteemed faculty will walk you through common mistakes made during auto injury cases and provide valuable techniques to help you avoid making costly errors in the future. Be prepared to handle auto injury litigation with ease - register today!
- Explore the complications that may arise in both uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage.
- Discuss how miscalculating pain and suffering damages can impact your settlement.
- Examine mistakes made while negotiating with auto insurance adjusters and how to avoid them.
- Learn how to identify opportunities to minimize liens and subrogation.
- Discuss common errors in doctor examinations.
10:00 am to 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time
- Not Locating all Potential Sources of Insurance Coverage
10:00 - 10:40, J. Michael Riley
- Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage - Top Conundrums
10:40 - 11:20, J. Michael Riley
- Improper Preservation and Collection of Accident Scene Evidence
11:35 - 12:15, Charles W. Kramer
- Miscalculation of Pain and Suffering and Exacerbation of Pre-Existing Conditions
12:15 - 12:55, Matthew J. Devoti
- Wrongful Death Damages: Ineffective Use of Evidence
1:25 - 2:05, J. Michael Riley
- Negotiating with Auto Insurance Adjusters - Top Plaintiff Attorney Mistakes
2:05 - 2:45, Matthew J. Devoti
- Overlooking Opportunities to Minimize Liens and Subrogation
2:45 - 3:15, J. Michael Riley
- Examination Errors of Doctor Expert Witness
3:30 - 4:00, Matthew J. Devoti
- Top Ethical Issues
4:00 - 5:00, Charles W. Kramer
- Preventing Conflicts of Interest
- Setting and Collecting Attorney Fees
- Maintaining Client Confidentiality
- Work-Product Doctrine as it Applies to Expert Witness Reports in Progress
- Insurance Defense Counsel Relationship with the Insured and Insurer
- Communicating with Represented Parties
This program will benefit attorneys. It may also benefit claims representatives, adjusters and paralegals.