Courtyard Norfolk Downtown
520 Plume Street
Norfolk, VA 23510
Course book included with all formats
Successfully Argue the Most Subjective Damages in Injury Settlements and Judgments
How do you put a monetary value on physical pain and emotional and mental harms? How can you convince an opposing party or jurors of the true extent or nature of a claimant's suffering? In this program, knowledgeable attorney faculty will share their know-how and concrete approaches to negotiating or litigating these intangible damages. Take control of injury case recoveries - register today!
This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for attorneys. Insurance adjusters and paralegals may also benefit.
including - Ethics: 1.00
This course has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 6.0 hours of credit, which includes 1.0 hour of ethics.
EDWIN S. BOOTH is a partner with Ruloff, Swain, Haddad, Morecock, Talbert & Woodward, P.C., where he dedicates his practice to personal injury and medical malpractice litigation. He received his B.S. degree from North Carolina State University and his J.D. degree from the University of Richmond, and holds a license to practice law in Virginia and North Carolina. Mr. Booth is a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, American Association of Justice, and a member of the Executive Board of the Virginia Beach Bar Association. He is a Coastal Virginia Top Lawyer for the past 4 years and a Super Lawyers Rising Star.
A. WILLIAM CHARTERS is a shareholder at Goodman Allen Donnelly PLLC, where he practices primarily in professional malpractice. He has been practicing law since 1980, and has spoken for professional groups on civil trial prep and medical malpractice issues, for local hospitals and various medical societies, as well as for the Virginia State Bar. Mr. Charters is a member of the American Bar Association; the Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia and North Carolina bar associations; the Virginia State Bar; the North Carolina State Bar; and the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys. He earned his A.B. degree, cum laude, with high distinction, from Dartmouth College; his J.D. degree from Syracuse University; his LL.M. degree from The Judge Advocate General's School in Charlottesville; and his M.L.T. degree from Georgetown University.
J. DAVID CRAIN is a member with Willcox & Savage, P.C., where he is in the firm’s catastrophic loss and insurance coverage litigation section. Mr. Crain practices primarily in general liability defense, including trucking and transportation, products liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, intentional torts, insurance coverage, and professional liability cases. He regularly works on cases involving high risk exposure for catastrophic losses on behalf of excess carriers, including defending companies in serious injury and death cases. Mr. Crain is admitted to practice in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. He is a member of the Virginia State Bar, Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association, Virgin Islands Bar Association, and the Defense Research Institute. Mr. Crain earned his B.A. degree from James Madison University and J.D. degree from the College of William & Mary.
MARK J. FAVALORO is the principal of Favaloro Law, originally established in Massachusetts before establishing his current Virginia Beach office. He brings 37 years of trial experience to the firm, having handled matters in the trial courts of the Commonwealths of Virginia and Massachusetts, as well as in the U.S. District Court and courts of Appeal in the First and Fourth circuits. Mr. Favaloro has practiced in Virginia as a health care defense attorney before presently practicing as a medical malpractice plaintiff’s and personal injury attorney. Over the last several years, he has lectured to physicians and nurses on leading health care legal issues at grand rounds and in conference settings. In addition, Mr. Favaloro has served as panel moderator and panelist on Virginia continuing legal education seminars, teaching Virginia lawyers on issues relating to medical malpractice cases and settlement alternatives for personal injury cases. He is a member of the Massachusetts and Virginia bar associations, the American Judicature Society, the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association for Justice (AAJ). Mr. Favaloro earned his B.S. degree, cum laude, from the University of New Hampshire; his J.D. degree from the New England Law, Boston; and his LL.M. degree from the Boston University School of Law.
ADAM H. LOTKIN is an attorney in the Norfolk law firm of Rutter Mills, LLP, where he practices all disciplines of trial work, and focuses in representing the rights of injured individuals in personal injury cases. Mr. Lotkin has taught seminars on criminal jury trials, civil jury trials and presenting medical evidence in court. He is admitted to practice in Virginia. Mr. Lotkin is a member of the Virginia Bar Association, Virginia Beach Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar, the State Bar of California, and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. He earned his B.A. degree from Lafayette College and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Howard University.
$339 / Each Additional