Pain and Suffering in Your Cases: Effectively Using Medical Evidence - On Demand CLE

Mindy Cohen and Aaron DeShaw
Pain and Suffering in Your Cases: Effectively Using Medical Evidence - On Demand CLE
Pain and Suffering in Your Cases: Effectively Using Medical Evidence - On Demand CLE

Pain and Suffering in Your Cases: Effectively Using Medical Evidence - On Demand CLE

Mindy Cohen and Aaron DeShaw
$125.00


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Noneconomic damages are arguably the most difficult to present and the most difficult for jurors to understand. No two people experience pain and suffering in the same way; nor will they have the same pain and suffering response to the same incident. Similarly, no two health care providers will document a plaintiff’s pain and suffering complaints the same way, and some won’t do it at all. Thus, identifying and understanding evidence of pain and suffering as a result of injury, and the care required for treatment, can be a significant issue.

In this presentation, Ms. Cohen discusses the pain and suffering damages in personal injury cases. She explains the differences between the two, where to find the evidence you need, and how to present it to opposing counsel and the jury. Joining Ms. Cohen is Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq. As a retired doctor and current trial lawyer, Dr. DeShaw brings a unique perspective to the topic.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No.200608D00.

 

  • Details

    On Demand Program: 89 minutes plus 41 minutes of Q&A
    Original Air Date: 06/03/2020
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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 event and comply with CLE requirements.

Noneconomic damages are arguably the most difficult to present and the most difficult for jurors to understand. No two people experience pain and suffering in the same way; nor will they have the same pain and suffering response to the same incident. Similarly, no two health care providers will document a plaintiff’s pain and suffering complaints the same way, and some won’t do it at all. Thus, identifying and understanding evidence of pain and suffering as a result of injury, and the care required for treatment, can be a significant issue.

In this presentation, Ms. Cohen discusses the pain and suffering damages in personal injury cases. She explains the differences between the two, where to find the evidence you need, and how to present it to opposing counsel and the jury. Joining Ms. Cohen is Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq. As a retired doctor and current trial lawyer, Dr. DeShaw brings a unique perspective to the topic.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No.200608D00.

 

Speakers

Mindy Cohen

Mindy Cohen

Since 1995, Mindy has worked in the medical – legal arena as President of Mindy Cohen & Associates, now OnPoint LNC.  Mindy’s practice includes medical record chronologies and analysis, locating expert witnesses, pain and suffering analysis, attendance at defense medical exams, mediation and trial support, medical research, life care planning, Medicare set aside reports, and billing analysis. She provides litigation support in the areas of... Learn More

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