The Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Action in New York State, Second Edition (2 vol)
- Patrick J. Higgins, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
Ethical Issues for the Personal Injury Practitioner / How to Build the Law Firm of Your Dreams / New York Construction Accident Law A/K/A the Labor Law / Medical Malpractice / Mass Tort Litigation in New York State Courts: A Practice Manual / The Plaintiff’s Products Liability Case In New York: A Practitioner’s Guide / Municipal Liability / Premises Liability / Nursing Home Litigation In New York / New York No-Fault Practice / Litigating the Difficult Serious Injury Threshold Cases: Understanding the Proof Needed To Prevail / Uninsured and Supplementary Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (“SUM”) Insurance Claims / The Infant Settlement in New York and Infant’s Structured Settlements: Almost All You Need To Know (and Forms, Too) / Wrongful Death Claims in New York State / Handling Immigration Issues in Personal Injury Cases / The Intersection of Bankruptcy and Personal Injury Law / More…
Offering comprehensive coverage of personal injury actions in New York, this practical treatise answers the tough questions faced by the plaintiff's personal injury attorney every day, on topics ranging from special needs trusts, structured settlements, Medicare and Medicaid liens, conflicts of interest, workers' compensation, no-fault, bankruptcy, representing a party in infancy, incompetency, and wrongful death.
New York's most experienced personal injury lawyers and nationally recognized experts explain cutting-edge techniques for the practicing trial lawyer, while also laying out the most current substantive law from medical malpractice to mass torts.
The Second Edition has been significantly revised and rewritten to incorporate developments in personal injury practice, and new chapters have been added, including:
- Managing, Growing, and Marketing the Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Practice
- Preparing for Trial
- Common Medical Evidence Issues at Trial
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- September 29, 2021
- 2,282 pages