Winning Strategies for Your Auto Litigation Practice
One of the truths of auto accident practice is that no matter how similar the cases look - they're never the same. Within this vast variety, however, there are patterns that form into effective legal strategies. You can spend years of trial practice amassing the information to make them apparent, or you can benefit from the decades of combined experience that our attorney faculty have distilled into a one-day crash course on getting to the successful resolution as quickly and efficiently as possible. We'll help you develop simple practical skills to streamline the process and avoid missing any pertinent issues or steps. Get the tools you need to win your next auto dispute - register today!
Let our attorney faculty walk you through a crash case from the time of the collision through trial.
Recognize the potential of each case: be it for success or spectacular failure.
Explore common insurance coverage sources and find out how the courts interpret specific policy language.
Know what to look for in medical records and where to find it.
Take all factors into account when determining damages and find out how to support your calculations.
Expand your discovery tactics with tips from seasoned litigators.
Understand how Medicare set-asides and medical liens affect the size of the settlement, and incorporate them into your negotiations.
Gain practical tips for effective communication with the claims representative and maximize your chances for successful settlement.
Explore the ethical implications of the tripartite relationship and guard your impeccable reputation.
Case Intake, Pre-Suit Investigation
Initial Filing and Discovery, Experts, and Evidence
Arbitration and Litigation: Preparation Tips and Hearing Strategies
Insurance Coverage Research and Negotiations With the Claims Representatives
Damages, Liens, and Subrogation in Settlement Negotiations
Angela G. Caine is the owner of Grace Caine Law in Foley, Alabama. Ms. Caine's main areas of practice include civil litigation and personal injury. She is admitted to practice in Alabama, and is an experienced trial lawyer who has tried many cases. Ms. Caine earned her B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University and her J.D. degree from Samford University Cumberland School of Law.
Nancy L. Eady is a partner at Morris, Haynes Attorneys at Law. Ms. Eady heads the firm's legal research department and has successfully defended many of the verdicts and rulings obtained by the firm’s trial attorneys. She is an active member of the American Bar Association, the Alabama State Bar and serves on the executive committee of the Alabama Association for Justice. Ms. Eady earned her B.S.Ed. degree, highest honors, from Auburn University and her J.D. degree from Jones School of Law.
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