Troubleshoot Problems in Auto Injury Cases with Tips From Experienced Litigators
UM/UIM coverage, medical bill disagreements, subrogation hassles...the auto injury litigation process is packed with problems for both sides. Do you know how to power past these pain points and come out ahead? In this full-day program, seasoned attorneys will provide pointers for overcoming common challenges and gaining the advantage when the odds seem stacked against you. Get the best auto injury settlement or judgment for your client - register today!
Detangle the complexities of UM/UIM claims and coverage.
Apply the collateral source and reasonable value rules to your advantage.
Gain tips for handling sticky government claims against the settlement.
Delve into bad faith dilemmas for auto insurers, including time-limited policy limits demands.
Explore top legal ethics challenges in auto injury litigation.
Unveil and overcome unfavorable juror biases with practical trial techniques.
UM/UIM Coverage Conundrums and Negotiating with Difficult Adjusters
Text Messages, Doctors, Collateral Sources and More: Discovery and Evidence Snags
Liens, Subrogation and Damages: Troubleshooting Key Problems
ZACHARY R. CHRISTIANSEN is a partner in The Bowling Law Firm APLC. Mr. Christiansen practices in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice, construction law, admiralty and maritime law, and intellectual property. He received his B.S. degree from Georgia Institute of Technology and his J.D. degree from Tulane Law School. Mr. Christiansen is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association.
GREGORY P. DiLEO is the founder of The Law Offices of Gregory P. DiLeo, APLC where he practices in the areas of personal injury, insurance litigation and bad faith insurance practices, premises liability, class actions, and environmental and toxic torts. He earned his B.A. degree from Louisiana State University and his J.D. degree, with honors: Moot Court Board advisor from Louisiana State University Law Center. Mr. DiLeo is a member of the Louisiana Association for Justice (LAJ), Board of Governors and the American Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in Louisiana; U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit; and the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana.
ROBERT W. HALLACK is the principal of Hallack Law Offices in Baton Rouge. He was an associate editor for the Southern University Law Review by virtue of his article, "Louisiana's Comparative Fault Doctrine and the Mitigation of Damages," which was cited by the Louisiana Supreme Court. He devotes his practice to personal injury and wrongful death cases, including vehicle accidents, medical negligence, nursing home negligence, professional malpractice, maritime accidents, premises accidents and injuries at work. Mr. Hallack has lectured extensively on medical malpractice, nursing home abuse/negligence, alternative dispute resolution, proving damages, evidence and workers' compensation issues. He is a member of the Baton Rouge and Louisiana State bar associations, as well as all federal courts in the state. Mr. Hallack is also a member of the Wex Malone Inns of Court. He earned his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Southern University Law Center.
DONALD A. MAU is an associate with Miguel Elias, A Professional Law Corporation, where he practices in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death and also civil trial. Mr. Mau received his B.A. degree from Loyola University of New Orleans, and he received his J.D. and G.D.C.L. degrees from Louisiana State University. During his time at LSU, he was awarded the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Mineral Rights, served as a research assistant for Professors Jasmine McNealy and Patrick Martin, and was a judicial extern for Louisiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Bernette J. Johnson. Since being admitted to practice law in Louisiana, he has worked in the New Orleans area and been involved in the ABA’s Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee, co-authoring the committee’s “Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law.”
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