Maximizing your client's recovery in challenging times

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Corporate Author: Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Format: Book
Published: [Mechanicsburg, Pa.] : Pennsylvania Bar Institute, c2009
Series:PBI (Series) ; no. 2009-5840
PBI (Series) ; no. 09:150
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300 |a xxxii, 330 p. :  |b ill., forms ;  |c 28 cm 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references 
505 0 0 |a Effectively presenting evidence of physical pain & emotional suffering to the jury /  |r Nadeem A. Bezar --Update on insurance and lien issues --Lien and reimbursementissues in personal injury cases /  |r Scott B. Cooper --Subrogation in personal injury cases /  |r Jules Zacher --Presenting evidence of damages for non-economic losses and the importance of a life care plan --Compensation for unknown but predictable and tangible losses for the living plaintiff /  |r Nadeem A. Bezar, Joanna Hamill Flum --Compensation for medical expenses and the development of life care plans and liens /  |r Charles G. Young, III; Joanna Hamill Flum --Compensation for medical expenses past and future /  |r Richard E. Freeburn, Lawrence F. Barone --Proof of damages in wrongful death & survival actions /  |r Robert T. Szostak --Punitive and extra-contractual damages /  |r David S. Senoff --Proving loss of earnings/impairment of earning capacity - the role of the economist /  |r Pia DiGirolamo, Chad L. Staller --The Center for Forensic Economic Studies PowerPoint presentation /  |r Pia DiGirolamo, Chad L. Staller --Using technology to present your case --Demonstrative evidence using technology to present your case /  |r Christopher C. Fallon Jr., James DeCrescenzo --Computer presentations by lawyers: in the conference room, the classroom, and the courtroom /  |r David G. Ries --Using research to understand jurors' attitudes /  |r Anne T. Greeley, Michael Biek --Insight from the defense counse l- addressing damages from beginning to end: PowerPoint presentation /  |r Dorothy Duffy, Mary Ellen Reilly --Maximizing recovery via arbitration /  |r Abraham J. Gafni 
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650 0 |a Damages  |z Pennsylvania  |x Trial practice 
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