Maximizing Emotional Damages - On Demand CLE

William A. Barton
Maximizing Emotional Damages - On Demand CLE
Maximizing Emotional Damages - On Demand CLE

Maximizing Emotional Damages - On Demand CLE

William A. Barton
$125.00

On Demand Program

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.

Join Bill Barton (author of Recovering for Psychological Injuries) as he shares insights gained from a lifetime of going to trial (over 500 jury trials) and successfully representing injured plaintiffs. 

In this ninety-minute program, Barton will discuss how to successfully argue that people are more than the sum of their physical parts, and that pain is only one factor of many when it comes to being injured. Suffering and emotional injuries play a large part in arguing for adequate damages. Barton will teach you how to use a qualitative analysis instead of a quantitative method of arguing damages. This shortens trials and improves your credibility with the judge, jury, and the defense.

Topics include:

  • maximizing recovery for post-traumatic stress disorder
  • proving causation
  • case framing and jury selection
  • winning case themes


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.

Join Bill Barton (author of Recovering for Psychological Injuries) as he shares insights gained from a lifetime of going to trial (over 500 jury trials) and successfully representing injured plaintiffs. 

In this ninety-minute program, Barton will discuss how to successfully argue that people are more than the sum of their physical parts, and that pain is only one factor of many when it comes to being injured. Suffering and emotional injuries play a large part in arguing for adequate damages. Barton will teach you how to use a qualitative analysis instead of a quantitative method of arguing damages. This shortens trials and improves your credibility with the judge, jury, and the defense.

Topics include:

  • maximizing recovery for post-traumatic stress disorder
  • proving causation
  • case framing and jury selection
  • winning case themes


Speakers

William A. Barton

William A. Barton

Bill Barton has been practicing law for thirty-five years, and has tried over five hundred jury trials. A noted lecturer in thirty-five states and four countries, Barton has obtained numerous large verdicts in medical malpractice, child abuse, and product liability cases. He is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers, a fellow of the International Society of Barristers, and has been listed in three categories in The Best Lawyers in A... Learn More

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