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Seminar Number

8687

Registration
Fee:

$155

SECRETS TO A SUCCESSFUL PLAINTIFF'S PERSONAL INJURY PRACTICE
Learning to Evaluate Cases and Maximize Results

RECORDED SEPTEMBER 5, 2014

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Professionalism Hour and 4 Trial Practice Hours

Co-Sponsor:
General Practice and Trial Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Michael L. Goldberg, Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC, Atlanta

Demand Letters and Demand Packages: Nothing Gets Settled Without Them
Jeffrey P. Shiver, Shiver Hamilton, LLC, Atlanta
Case Selection: The Difference Between Success and Failure
Michael L. Goldberg
Underinsured Motorist Claims: Things to Watch For and That You Have to Do To Make Them Work
Christopher M. Simon, The Simon Law Firm, P.C., Atlanta
Evaluating and Handling Commercial Vehicle Cases
Joseph A. Fried, Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC, Atlanta
Causes of Action for Criminal Attacks
L. Christopher Stewart, Stewart Seay & Felton LLC, Atlanta

Proving Medical Causation: How is the Injury Related to the Accident?
E. Michael Moran, Law & Moran, Atlanta

The Importance of Being a Good Person and a Good Lawyer
Hon. Stacey K. Hydrick, Judge, DeKalb County State Court, Stone Mountain Judicial Circuit, Decatur

Preparing for Mediation and Getting the Most Out of It
Victor J. Faenza, Victor J. Faenza, P.C., Atlanta
The Practice of Law Has to be a Business First
Evan L. Kaine, Kaine Law, LLC, Atlanta
Anthony C. “Tony” Kalka, Kalka & Baer LLC, Atlanta
The Many Mistakes I Have Seen at Trial and How to Avoid Them
J. Blair Craig, Wood & Craig, LLC, Atlanta
So My Case Has Settled: What do I Have to Worry About Now?
John D. Hadden, Turkheimer & Hadden, LLC, Atlanta
Solutions for Post-Settlement Issues
Cory Phillips, Forge Consulting, LLC, Atlanta
Life Care Plans: What Are They and When do They make Sense
Sarah Lustig, Lustig Consulting, LLC, Mt. Pleasant, SC
Medical Malpractice Claims: What is a Good Case That Makes Sense
Laurie W. Speed-Dalton, The Speed Firm, P.C., Atlanta