Recovering for Psychological Injuries is one of the bestselling trial strategy books ever written. While the book was originally known for its use in psychological injury cases, readers soon learned it had a much broader appeal for its wise advice on case preparation, dealing with experts, researching insurance issues, jury selection, and a wide range of other issues. Rules of the Road author Rick Friedman has called the book “a true masterpiece.”
Recovering for Psychological Injuries, Third Edition, updates and broadens the scope of the book for a new generation of lawyers. Drawing upon his experience in over five hundred jury trials, Barton instructs you on how to handle all the aspects of a case. In addition, Barton has several new sections with detailed advice on litigating cases, illustrated by cases he has handled in the twenty years since the last edition. The new book reflects Barton’s wisdom gained from handling difficult factual cases, and broadens its application to a wide variety of litigation.
Recovering for Psychological Injuries is full of the strategies and techniques you need in today’s legal field to win, even in your most challenging cases.