The Lawsuit Guide

Ned Good & Greg Munro

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The Lawsuit Guide exists for one reason: to help your clients. Written by Inner Circle member Ned Good and University of Montana law professor Greg Munro, the Guide is a resource for any injured person caught in the turmoil of a personal injury claim or lawsuit. Writing to address common questions and issues for clients, Ned Good and Greg Munro provide clear explanations for plaintiffs in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit.

Many cases settle, and this book helps answer fundamental questions for those clients. But sometimes clients are forced into litigation by an insurance company, corporation, or governmental agency who refuses to make a reasonable offer for their loss. Litigation can be stressful for you and your staff, but it is much more stressful and uncertain for clients who have never been through the process before. And as you know, litigation can last for years and include all types of complexities and complications. This book helps your clients understand the process.

Good and Munro answer some fundamental questions for clients, such as: How do I pay my health-care bills? What do I send the insurance company? What is a deposition? Will I have to testify in court? And most importantly: Do I hire a lawyer? And if so, how do I find the right one? This book provides support for why people who have sustained a personal injury need counsel.

The Lawsuit Guide will assist your clients with these questions and more. It will help your clients to be informed, navigate obstacles, reduce common questions for you and your staff, and assist you to obtain the best possible outcome for your client.

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Paperback: 224 pages; 1st edition (2018); ISBN: 9781941007730
Publisher: Trial Guides, LLC
  1. Publisher's Note
  2. Preface
  3. Acknowledgments
  4. The Purpose of This Book
  5. An Introduction to the Civil Justice System
  6. Part 1: Before You File a Lawsuit
  7. What It Means to Find a Lawyer
  8. What to Expect Once You Find a Lawyer
  9. How to Tell Your Story
  10. Part 2: Roles during Claim Handling and the Lawsuit
  11. Coping with Traumatic Injury or Death
  12. Your Role in the Claim Process
  13. Insurance and Benefits
  14. Part 3: Stages in the Pretrial Process
  15. Investigation
  16. Filing a Lawsuit
  17. Discovery
  18. Motions, Pretrial Conference, and Pretrial Order
  19. Part 4: Settlement and Trial
  20. Settlement
  21. What to Expect in Court
  22. Elements of a Trial
  23. After the Trial
  24. Conclusion
  25. Glossary
  26. Index

What Legal Leaders Are Saying

Trial lawyers spend a lot of time honing their skills so they can make a difference for their clients. Trial Guides has been a touchstone for plaintiffs’ lawyers in this never-ending process. But what resources are there for clients? After all, it is their case and much of the outcome is in their hands. Finally, there is a book for our clients! This is an amazing guide that will help us give them the self-confidence and knowledge so they too can make a difference.

— Keith Mitnik, senior trial counsel for Morgan and Morgan and author of Don’t Eat the Bruises: How to Foil their Plans to Spoil Your Case
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James B.
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Much needed book
Giving this book to your PI clients not only helps them understand the ltigation process but saves an attorney dozens of hours having to explain basic procedures to clients.
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Don S.
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Clear and helpful guide for
Clear and helpful guide for clients and potential clients!
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