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Representing The Personal Injury Plaintiff In New York, 2019-20

Representing The Personal Injury Plaintiff In New York, 2019-20

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Author(s):
  • Patrick J. Higgins, Esq.

Key Benefits:

• Learn to effectively and efficiently conduct the initial client interview.

• Gain knowledge of the general investigatory rules.

• Be able to perform discovery with competence and draft pleadings with expertise.

Product Description:

Covering the many facets of plaintiffs personal injury practice, this practice guide addresses the substantive law of personal injury practice, the automobile negligence case, liens, insurance law, pleadings, discovery, trial techniques, and more.

Written by Patrick J. Higgins, Esq., Representing the Personal Injury Plaintiff in New York is a practical reference guide to the many facets of personal injury practice. The author offers practical advice on the client interview; evaluating the case; retainer requirements; contingency fees; liens; and investigating the case, including how to find and preserve evidence. Coverage of the substantive law includes common law theories as well as statutory causes of action.

The title analyzes claims in medical malpractice, products liability, premises liability and automobile negligence actions, as well as claims against municipalities and the state. The author's clear guidance provides the practitioner with a good starting point in handling personal injury matters. With many new forms and checklists, this edition is an invaluable resource.

This practice guide also includes a set of Downloadable Forms. The 2019-2020 release is current through the 2019 legislative session.

Purchase the 19-Volume Practical Skills Series.

Table of Contents:
Published Date:
  • December 1, 2019
Format:
  • Book
Product Code:
  • 4191920
ISBN:
  • 9781579695729
Page Count:
  • 510 pages
Non-Member Pricing: $165.00

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