Spinal Injury Cases, Session Six: Litigation - On Demand CLE

Aaron DeShaw and Matt Powell
Spinal Injury Cases, Session Six: Litigation - On Demand CLE
Spinal Injury Cases, Session Six: Litigation - On Demand CLE

Spinal Injury Cases, Session Six: Litigation - On Demand CLE

Aaron DeShaw and Matt Powell
$125.00

On Demand Program


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*Plaintiffs Only Product

In part six of Trial Guides’ educational series on handling spinal injury cases by retired doctor and practicing trial lawyer Aaron DeShaw, Dr. DeShaw is joined by Florida trial lawyer Matt Powell. In this program, DeShaw and Powell provide information that will help you perfect how your handle of spinal injury litigation. Powell has dedicated his career to understanding traumatic spinal injuries, regularly tries spinal injury cases, and is one of the few lawyers in America who has obtained a verdict of $1,000,000 or more in a minor impact case.

In this 90-minute presentation, DeShaw and Powell will address the following:

  • Choosing whether to hire a biomechanist or crash reconstructionist
  • Preparing yourself and your client for trial
  • Trial of a spinal injury case
  • Preparing for the normal defenses
  • Common motions in limine
  • Important jury instructions to consider
  • Voir dire
  • Opening
  • Direct 
  • Introducing learned treatises
  • The importance of lay witnesses
  • Cross-examining defense witnesses
  • Closing
  • Arguing noneconomic damages

Don’t miss out on this hour-and-half presentation, with a following Q&A, intended to help you improve how you handle your spinal injuries cases.

Additional sessions in this series will cover the following topics: 

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 210317D00.

*Thank you for your interest in a plaintiffs-only product

 Part of what makes our materials so unique is that many of them are not available to attorneys who do any type of civil defense work, so the product you’re about to purchase is solely available to civil plaintiff and criminal defense attorneys. This product is also not available to the general public.

 As such, prior to purchase we require all customers to enter into a Binding Agreement with Trial Guides that both ensures that this product reaches its intended audience and also protects us from an intellectual property and distribution (sharing) standpoint.

You will be prompted to sign the agreement before you check out.

  • Details

    On Demand Program: 146 minutes
    Original Air Date: 03/17/2021
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Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs.

Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program and comply with CLE requirements.

*Plaintiffs Only Product

In part six of Trial Guides’ educational series on handling spinal injury cases by retired doctor and practicing trial lawyer Aaron DeShaw, Dr. DeShaw is joined by Florida trial lawyer Matt Powell. In this program, DeShaw and Powell provide information that will help you perfect how your handle of spinal injury litigation. Powell has dedicated his career to understanding traumatic spinal injuries, regularly tries spinal injury cases, and is one of the few lawyers in America who has obtained a verdict of $1,000,000 or more in a minor impact case.

In this 90-minute presentation, DeShaw and Powell will address the following:

  • Choosing whether to hire a biomechanist or crash reconstructionist
  • Preparing yourself and your client for trial
  • Trial of a spinal injury case
  • Preparing for the normal defenses
  • Common motions in limine
  • Important jury instructions to consider
  • Voir dire
  • Opening
  • Direct 
  • Introducing learned treatises
  • The importance of lay witnesses
  • Cross-examining defense witnesses
  • Closing
  • Arguing noneconomic damages

Don’t miss out on this hour-and-half presentation, with a following Q&A, intended to help you improve how you handle your spinal injuries cases.

Additional sessions in this series will cover the following topics: 

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 210317D00.

*Thank you for your interest in a plaintiffs-only product

 Part of what makes our materials so unique is that many of them are not available to attorneys who do any type of civil defense work, so the product you’re about to purchase is solely available to civil plaintiff and criminal defense attorneys. This product is also not available to the general public.

 As such, prior to purchase we require all customers to enter into a Binding Agreement with Trial Guides that both ensures that this product reaches its intended audience and also protects us from an intellectual property and distribution (sharing) standpoint.

You will be prompted to sign the agreement before you check out.

Speakers

Aaron DeShaw

Aaron DeShaw

Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq. has individually, and in cooperation with other law firms, obtained settlements and verdicts for his clients in excess of $1 Billion. He is the leading author in the U.S. on the subject of Colossus, the computer assessment program used by most auto insurance companies for evaluating personal injury claims. DeShaw is author of three books, and is featured in multiple professional education videos on the topics of traumati... Learn More

Matt Powell

Matt Powell

Matt first practiced law with a prominent insurance defense firm in Tallahassee, Florida. The firm represented over 20 insurance companies and defended negligent drivers and doctors. During that time, he learned the methods, techniques and strategies that insurance companies use to reduce the amount of money they pay to people and families who have been injured or killed in accidents or by neglect. After learning these methods and techniques, ... Learn More

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