The 2016-2017 edition of Litigating Major Automobile Injury and Death Cases, co-authored by Levinson and Stefani founding partner Ken Levinson, has been published by AAJ Press/Thomson Reuters.
The two-volume litigation series provides attorneys with expert legal and scientific/medical advice for preparing and litigating serious motor vehicle collision cases, the goal of which is to achieve maximum damage awards for severely injured clients. The series features written discovery, depositions, medical and other expert witness testimony, and aspects of automobile jury trials, as well as the necessary forms needed to handle a case from beginning to end. Updates to the 2016-2017 edition include:
- A revised chapter related to Voir Dire and preliminary examination tactics and best practices;
- Chapter 37, Forms for Litigating Successful Wrongful Death/Survivor Claims in MAID Cases, with practice commentary from the author;
- A revised chapter that provides updates to two high-profile cases — the litigation involving Takata airbags and the General Motors ignition switch.
Along with Levinson, the series is co-authored by Thomas D’Amore, Karen Koehler, and Michael D. Freeman.