One of the many obligations we take on when we become trial lawyers is to assist our fellow lawyers in providing the best possible representation they can for their clients. In striving to meet that obligation, we dedicate some of our time to providing educational materials for lawyers.
We are proud to announce the publication of the 2017-2018 edition of Litigating Major Automobile Injury and Death Cases, co-authored by Ken Levinson, Thomas D’Amore, Karen Koehler, and Michael D. Freeman. The book is published by AAJ Press/Thomson Reuters.
In this year’s updated version, we have added several new chapters on the benefits of Focus Groups—a highly successful method for gaining insight into the minds of potential jurors.
We have conducted hundreds of focus groups both for our firm, as well as, firms across the country, many of which have led successful trial verdicts.
In fact, I recently oversaw focus groups for trials that led to verdicts of over $250 million.
This series is designed to provide plaintiff attorneys with clear guidance on representing major automobile injury and death cases, and strategies for winning large damage awards with the least expenditure of effort.
Our objective is to help attorneys achieve maximum damage awards on behalf of their 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.
In Volume 1, Law and Forms, we aim to assist plaintiff attorneys in developing strong cases by incorporating litigation strategies that undermine expected defense strategies.
In Volume 2, Forensic Science, we have compiled a science/medical reference with hard-to-find data on injury and injury mechanism topics, to prove causation and damages for a variety of crash types and crash injuries, including epidemiology, injury risk by crash type, injury pattern analysis, biomechanics, and more.
Whether you’re a veteran plaintiff attorney, or a newly minted lawyer, we hope you find something new in this edition.