Live Webcast: Not the Same Old, Same Old: Litigation Vignettes in Personal Injury Cases Featured Event
Friday, December 10, 2021
Live Webcast: Not the Same Old, Same Old: Litigation Vignettes in Personal Injury Cases
If you're ready to learn about litigating personal injury cases other than the run of the mill motor vehicle collision, then you have found the right seminar! This CLE is intended to provide a basis overview of eight specific types of personal injury cases, including premises liability (trip and fall on stairs), medical malpractice (failure to diagnose), maritime (jet ski rental accident), motor vehicle collision (car vs. pedestrian), law enforcement liability (vehicle pursuit), nursing home (pressure sores), negligent security (bar shooting), and products liability (consumer products defect). Presenters will discuss key issues encountered in litigating these types of cases including jurisdiction, venue, proving facts, bases of liability, causation, use of experts, potential evidentiary issues, and strategies for success.
Eight dynamic male and female presenters from across the state, many of whom have worked at both defense and plaintiff firms throughout their careers, share overviews, strategies, and tips with respect to litigating various types of personal injury cases.
Who Should Attend:
Small or solo personal injury practitioners, personal injury practitioners of any size with a focus on motor vehicle collisions, and general practitioners with a desire to learn how to better evaluate and litigate less commonly encountered personal injury cases, as well as anyone with a focus on any of the individual practice areas being presented.
This seminar is an intermediate level program.
This program qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours. SC Supreme Commission on CLE Course #: 219264ADO (Live Webcast)
Need to cancel or transfer your registration? Simply notify us in writing no later than 24 hours prior to the published start time of the seminar at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be eligible to receive a full refund or be given access to the archived on-demand version of the same seminar, if available - all with no cancellation or transfer fee. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations made within 24 hours of a seminar start time.