Strategically Present Pain and Suffering Claims to Adjusters and Jurors
Pain and suffering is often the largest component of damages - and, thanks to its subjective nature, it's also the biggest source of disagreement between you and the adjuster. To get fair compensation, you need to effectively make adjusters and jurors "feel" your client's pain. This program will show you how to work your way to maximum pain and suffering damages. Get bigger settlement offers and damage awards in 10 steps - register today!
Discover how to help your client be an asset - and not a liability - to the case.
Know what your client's pain and suffering claim is really worth and how to fight for it.
Find out how to counter common adjuster strategies and arguments.
Get practical tips for proving pain and suffering to a jury.
Step #1: Effectively Work With Your Client
Step #2: Know All the Factors That Affect Pain and Suffering Value
Step #3: Value the Claim - Fully
Step #4: Document, Document, Document
Step #5: Cleverly Use Doctors and Medical Records
Step #6: Write a Strong Demand Letter and Offer Tangible Evidence of Pain and Suffering
Step #7: Counter Claims Software, Adjuster Tactics, and Arguments
Step #8: Know Strategies That Work in MIST Cases
Step #9: Go on the Offensive and Defensive in Discovery
Step #10: Get a Jury to Award Full Compensation for Pain and Suffering Damages
Leonard D Zaccagnino is a senior partner with the law firm of Shaw & Shaw, P.C., in Hamburg, New York, where he practices in the areas of personal injury and general civil litigation, as well as civil, criminal, and trial law. Mr. Zaccagnino has spoken before the Young Lawyers Section of the Erie County Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association. He is a member of the New York Trial Lawyers Association, the Western New York Trial Lawyers Association, the Bar Association of Erie County, and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Buffalo Law School, and coaches the trial team at that school. Mr. Zaccagnino earned his B.S. degree from Canisius College and his J.D. degree from Syracuse University.
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