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Many plaintiff lawyers use outdated and flawed constructs that favor the defense, and most don't even know it. The fear of not doing enough drives them to try to prove things that are unnecessary and often difficult to establish—both for liability and damages—and it backfires. A misappreciation for what really needs to be proven causes plaintiff lawyers to play right into the defense’s playbook. The good news is that there is an alternative that will greatly improve outcomes both in and out of the courtroom.
Joe Fried is a nationally recognized trial lawyer known for developing innovative strategies and challenging how plaintiff personal injury litigation has been practiced. His popular webinar, Keeping Trial Short, has sparked a nationwide movement resulting in better verdicts by using a more intentional and focused approach. Now, Fried shares his most recent innovations to help lawyers recognize when they are overcomplicating their cases—and what to do instead.
In this webinar, Fried will explain how you can avoid needlessly complicating your case and making it harder to prove by not concentrating on medical labels and diagnoses. Instead, Fried will show you how focusing on your client’s symptoms and limitations will make it more appealing to the jury—and dramatically more difficult for the defense to attack. Finally, you will learn the most up-to-date tactics on how to identify and implement Fried’s revolutionary “light switch” technique to create simple binary choices for the jury.
Don't miss your opportunity to learn this new and surprisingly powerful strategy, which will help you get better results both at trial and mediation.
Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program and comply with CLE requirements.