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How a Trial Guides Book Resulted in Allstate's McKinsey Documents Being Publicly Disclosed

How a Trial Guides Book Resulted in Allstate's McKinsey Documents Being Publicly Disclosed
Despite Allstate’s attempt to suppress any public knowledge of the damning evidence of institutional bad faith contained in the McKinsey documents, the company failed.  Trial Guides author David Berardinelli meticulously documented the content, and then obtaining a court ruling requiring disclosure of the documents un-protected.  "From Good Hands to Boxing Gloves" details the dramatic impact of McKinsey & Co. and Allstate's claim practices on the insurance industry - practices which continue to result in insurance claim underpayments today.
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Using The Rules of the Road™ Technique to Win Medical Malpractice Cases

Using The Rules of the Road™ Technique to Win Medical Malpractice Cases
One in three patients admitted to hospitals experiences a medical mistake, and the cost of fixing the harms caused by these errors is $17 billion a year. The number of 250,000 preventable deaths from medical errors per year in the United States according to Johns Hopkins landmark study - the third leading cause of death in the United States. Despite this, approximately 90 percent of all med mal verdicts favor the defendant. This article focuses on using Rules of the Road to win medical malpractice cases.
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Settle Your Case with Advance Depositions

Settle Your Case with Advance Depositions

With over 99% of civil legal cases settling before jury verdict, Trial Guides asked some of its authors to comment about how their book can be used not just in trial, but how to settle your case using their methods. An Interview with Paul Scoptur, co-author of Advanced Depositions: Strategy and Practice Obtaining Maximum Settlement Offers After Deposition By taking exceptional depositions, you get excellent settlements. A book on advanced depositions helps you get better settlement value on your case. Whether or not the case goes to trial, you have to do this anyway. You need to neutralize or take...

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Trial Lawyers and the Issue of Objections

Trial Lawyers and the Issue of Objections
Law schools teach that you should object to every objectionable question, and raise every issue in litigation. Following your law school education on these issues risks you losing your clients' trial. Instead of following legal dogma, Trial Guides products provide practical advice by leading practicing lawyers on how to best represent your clients.
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The Power of Psychodrama in Law

The Power of Psychodrama in Law
Psychodrama is a group psychotherapy method created by Jacob Levy Moreno and popularized in the legal field by Gerry Spence through Trial Lawyers College. Thousands of civil trial lawyers and criminal defense lawyers have been introduced to the power of psychodrama at TLC by Gerry Spence, Psychodramatist Don Clarkson, Psychodramatist Louise Lipman, and others.
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