Presenting Catastrophic Damages at Trial

Your task in cases such as these is not an easy one at all. For purposes of definition, we are referring to injuries which require significant medical treatment, and which usually have a long-term or permanent effect on the injured person’s life. There is variance – with good medical attention, certain injuries can see some degree of recovery for the person, while other injuries may cause permanent disability, discomfort, suffering, and potentially shorten lifespan.

The first half of ICLEF’s program on December 18 examines damages in 5 types of catastrophic situations. Then, in the afternoon, the faculty will explore the use different types of expert witnesses, how to present the information to a jury (both plaintiff and defense), and also a look at the attorney’s professional responsibility in these cases to close the day.

Presenting Catastrophic Damages at Trial – 6 CLE / .5 E
This program is no longer available as a Live In-Person Seminar. However, you can still view the Video Replay, the Online/On Demand Video or purchase the Publication of this Seminar by Clicking Here.

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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