News — MIST
Important New Study Clarifies Science of "Minor Impact" or "MIST" Cases
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
New Reptile in MIST Cases Webinar by David Ball and Gary Johnson
Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Auto cases the insurers designate as "Minor impact" due to minimal visible vehicle damage are amongst the most difficult plaintiff cases to win, despite there being no correlation between vehicle damage and occupant injury.
Join trial consultant David Ball and veteran trial lawyer Gary Johnson for a webinar called "Reptile in MIST Cases." This webinar will discuss the use of the Reptile method to win "Minor Impact Soft Tissue" cases.
Overcoming "Minor Impact" Defenses in Auto Cases Live Webinar CLE
Tuesday, October 02, 2012
New! Error Odds: Exposing the Lack of Accuracy in Malingering Tests
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Trial Guides introduces Error Odds: Exposing the Lack of Accuracy in Malingering Tests, a continuing legal education webinar recording featuring Dr. Michael D. Freeman, Ph.D., MPH, D.C.
Your client is hurt, but the defense claims that his/her injury could not have resulted from the impact—that your client is malingering. Sound familiar? Join Dr. Michael D. Freeman, noted doctor, expert witness and author of Litigating Minor Soft Tissue Impact Cases for this CLE course on the Error Odds test and the lack of accuracy in malingering tests.
Mastering Motor Vehicle Cases
Sunday, November 02, 2008
Trial Guides is pleased to present an intensive two-day seminar on handling motor vehicle cases with Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq.
The seminar will cover advanced topics in how to handle motor vehicle cases in a modern insurance environment. As author of the definitive text on Colossus, DeShaw will discuss how claims are segmented at auto insurers, and how each of these claims is handled.
Former Casualty Manager Testifies Against Allstate - Cites Good Hands to Boxing Gloves Claim Handling
Friday, October 05, 2007
CNN Investigative Report Exposes Insurance Claim Denials - Cites Trial Guides' From Good Hands to Boxing Gloves
Friday, February 16, 2007