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Personal Injury: Briefings & eBook Bundle

4 webcast programs and 1 value-added companion eBook for core fluency

  • Product Number: 2230206RBC
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    Product Description

    Do your clients have questions about the value of their injury? This curated bundle of 9 hours of fast-paced webcast programming on personal injury paired with MCLE’s comprehensive e-publication providing a wide range of reference resources to aid your practice gives you a solid foundation in assessing the damages and best ways to recover for those damages. Clients expect all personal injury lawyers to be able to guide them through all stages of the process and these programs provide it. Set your own schedule, expand your skill set, and advance your practice with confidence.

    Webcast Briefings

    • Assessing & Monetizing Pain & Suffering in Auto & Personal Injury Cases: How to elevate the idea of damages to a place of respect; How to overcome defense tactics that belittle pain; How to be fair and fearless when laying out damage models, and those types of models; How strategies differ regionally
    • Anatomy & Medical Records for Lawyers: The role of medical records in litigation; HIPAA, privileges, and privacy considerations; Obtaining, admitting, and excluding medical records; Reviewing and analyzing medical records
    • Settling Cases Involving Insurance Companies: Settlement demands and valuation; Mediation—when, in what circumstances, and what to expect; Negotiation skills, tactics, and strategies for your next settlement negotiation or mediation; Issues impacting settlement negotiations
    • Liens in Personal Injury Settlements: Medicaid and Medicare—your reporting requirements; Private health insurance—their assertion requirements; Healthcare providers; Reduction of liens

    Companion eBook

    • Massachusetts Personal Injury Law Sourcebook & Citator: Organizes a wide body of frequently-needed information into one book. Features an extensive digest of personal injury cases along with annotated statutory provisions, procedural rules, selected regulatory provisions, medical information, and other general reference materials.

    Unparalleled Expertise—Speakers & Authors

    • Top-notch Guidance—from the Best in the Practice
    • Practical Insight You Can Trust
    • Detailed Speaker & Author Information at www.mcle.org
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    Agenda & Materials

    • Assessing & Monetizing Pain & Suffering in Auto & Personal Injury Cases

      How to elevate the idea of damages to a place of respect; How to overcome defense tactics that belittle pain; How to be fair and fearless when laying out damage models, and those types of models; How strategies differ regionally
    • Anatomy & Medical Records for Lawyers

      The role of medical records in litigation; HIPAA, privileges, and privacy considerations; Obtaining, admitting, and excluding medical records; Reviewing and analyzing medical records
    • Settling Cases Involving Insurance Companies

      Settlement demands and valuation; Mediation—when, in what circumstances, and what to expect; Negotiation skills, tactics, and strategies for your next settlement negotiation or mediation; Issues impacting settlement negotiations
    • Liens in Personal Injury Settlements

      Medicaid and Medicare—your reporting requirements; Private health insurance—their assertion requirements; Healthcare providers; Reduction of liens

    Please Note

    MCLE webcasts are delivered completely online, underscoring their convenience and appeal. There are no published print materials. All written materials are available electronically only. They are posted 24 hours prior to the program and can be accessed, downloaded, or printed from your computer.

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