Learn How to Calculate Damages in Personal Injury Cases
How much is the case worth? The question is simple, yet the answer is not always clear - especially when damages cannot be assigned an exact dollar value. This straightforward program will show you how to accurately and effectively quantify damages in a personal injury case. You will also learn what to do if a healthcare provider or insurance company asserts a lien against the settlement. Build your personal injury practice knowledge and skills - register today!
Know what the case is worth: get practical guidance on calculating damages.
Learn how to approach "unquantifiable" damages like pain and suffering.
Explore the essentials of third-party liens and subrogation rights.
Discover what every litigator who handles personal injury cases needs to know about MSP laws.
This course is part of the Nevada Personal Injury Law Essentials series.
This course has been approved by the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education. This program may qualify for up to 2.0 hours of alternative format CLE credits by the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education, which includes 0.0 hour of alternative format ethical considerations.
ERIC PEPPERMAN is a partner with Kemp Jones LLP. His practice focuses on litigating actions involving product defects, wrongful death, catastrophic injuries, mass torts, eminent domain, and complex commercial disputes. He has helped his clients recover hundreds of millions of dollars through settlements and judgments. Mr. Pepperman devotes the majority of his efforts toward representing individuals who have suffered catastrophic personal injuries or who have experienced the wrongful death of a loved one. He has successfully represented his clients in cases involving a wide variety of defective products, including bad pharmaceuticals, medical devices, tires, consumer propane cylinders, fuel pumps, vehicle components, and recreational sporting equipment. Mr. Pepperman earned his B.A. degree from University of Nevada-Reno and his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada.
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