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Construction Site Injury Litigation: Pursuing or Defending Claims Against Site Owners, Contractors and Other Third Parties

Assessing Potential Claims and Defendants, Proving or Defending Liability and Damages, Overcoming Evidentiary Challenges

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Personal Injury Claims Against Municipalities: Defending Vehicular Liability and Premises Liability Claims

Evaluating Common Claims, Defenses and Damages; Navigating Unique Discovery and Evidentiary Issues

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Daycare Injury Litigation

Assessing Claims, Proving Causation and Foreseeability, Navigating Complex Valuation and Settlement Issues

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Addressing Medicare and Medicaid Liens in Personal Injury Cases

Resolving Healthcare Liens or Claims for Reimbursement, Maximizing Settlement Awards

*** An encore presentation featuring live Q&A ***

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Motions in Limine in Personal Injury: Obtaining Early Rulings on the Exclusion or Admissibility of Certain Evidence

Evaluating Whether and When to File Motion in Limine; Strategies for Researching, Drafting and Arguing Motions

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Medical Expert Depositions in Workers' Compensation Cases: Deposing Experts and Raising Strategic Objections

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Litigating Trucking Accident Injury Claims: Theories of Liability, Impact of CSA Recordkeeping and Other Unique Issues

Plaintiff and Defense Strategies for Approaching Discovery, Pre-Trial Motions and Damages

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Recent Personal Injury Webinars

Workers' Compensation Claims and the Medicare Secondary Payer Act

Meeting Reporting Requirements, Satisfying Liens, and Establishing Set-Asides in Settlements

Conducted on February 1, 2017

Demonstrative Evidence in Personal Injury Litigation: Leveraging Technology During Jury Presentation

Navigating Issues of Relevancy, Authentication and Substantial Similarity

Conducted on January 17, 2017

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Each live webinar features presentations by a panel of nationally recognized authorities, followed by an interactive Q&A session. In most cases, presentation materials can be viewed online or printed out and audio can be accessed via the web or a telephone.

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Customer Reviews

I liked the practical and specific tips.

Natalie Lyons

The Cannon Law Firm

The relevance of the material and impact on the PI practice area was greatly appreciated.

Derek M. Baroumes

Baroumes & Bruen

Overall, a very good presentation. For my practice, the presentation was relevant and highly informative.

David Lawrenz

Hinkle, Hensley, Shanor & Martin

The webinar was well-presented, interesting and informative.

Randi Saul-Olson

McKinney, Wainwright & Saul-Olson

Great content, including everyday examples, provided by each speaker.

Tim Reed

Duncan Firm

I appreciated hearing from experts who practice in the field all the time.

David H. Bjornson

Garlington, Lohn & Robinson

High quality content, good speakers, and convenient to do over the web.

Ed Moomjian

Udall Law Firm

There was a lot of information available on the slides, so it was easy to take notes and have a thorough take-away resource.

Harriet Bildsten

St. Jude Medical

The speakers were very knowledgeable about the area and you could tell they cared. It was nice to call in and be able to speak to them live.

Shari J. Reich

Kenney Shelton Liptak Nowak

The scope of the program provided in-depth information, as opposed to a general survey of issues/topics.

Joseph Zawila

Wolff & Samson