"Negligence Law and Practice for the Patient's Lawyer"
Guiding Lawyers in Handling Personal Injury Lawsuits
Hailed as a "must have" for injury lawyers, Negligence Law and Practice for the Patient's Lawyer was penned by attorney E. Lee Schlender of Schlender-Brown PLLC to streamline the process of obtaining a settlement for a lawyer's client by arming them with the most effective strategies and tools to resolve a case that can otherwise take years.
With extensive legal knowledge, Mr. Schlender has set out on a literary mission to aid fellow lawyers to provide better, more efficient services to their clients and in turn, receive better results. Providing priceless insight into the legal world surrounding medical negligence, he has translated decades of legal experience into a guide for success in handling personal injury and medical malpractice cases.
New 2014 Edition Practice Manual by Erven Lee Schlender, J.D.
2014 2nd Edition - $25.00 (Paperback)
Practice Manual Chapters:
Evaluating the Medical Case
Selecting Your Jury
The Locality Rule
Third-Party Witness Depositions
Rehabilitation of Jurors
Statute of Limitations
The "Known Risk" Defense
The Opening Statement
Emergency Treatment Immunity
Medical Research and Case Review
Probability Versus Medical Certainty
The Defendant Doctor as a Trial Witness
Finding a Medical Expert
Inside the Mind of the Judge
The Learned Intermediary Doctrine
Meeting the Requirements of HIPPA
The Judge is a Gatekeeper, Not a Jury
Peer Review Privilege
The Summary Judgement Motion
Medicare, ERISA and Subrogation
Motions in Limine
Closing Your Argument