Working with Chiropractors in Personal Injury Cases - On Demand CLE

Aaron DeShaw, Peter Anderson & Matt Powell
Working with Chiropractors in Personal Injury Cases - On Demand CLE
Working with Chiropractors in Personal Injury Cases - On Demand CLE

Working with Chiropractors in Personal Injury Cases - On Demand CLE

Aaron DeShaw, Peter Anderson & Matt Powell
$125.00

On Demand Program

*Plaintiffs Only Product 

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

Recent insurance industry data from the Insurance Research Council demonstrates that doctors of chiropractic are now the leading health care providers in personal injury claims, with 40 percent of all injured parties seeking chiropractic care. In spinal injury cases, the percentage is likely even higher. Yet many lawyers still have concerns about working on cases where a doctor of chiropractic is the primary provider, and some lawyers will decline these cases altogether. But, there is a way to obtain great outcomes with doctors of chiropractic as your primary expert witness.

This program will address several issues:

  • Case outcomes with chiropractic testimony versus medical doctor testimony
  • The differences in education between DCs, MDs, other health care providers, and JDs
  • The basis of bias within the legal profession about DCs, including judges and the impact upon admissibility
  • The basis of bias within the jury pool, where it came from and how to elicit this bias in voir dire
  • Best practices in qualifying doctors of chiropractic during arbitration and trial testimony

This CLE presentation features trial lawyers Aaron DeShaw, Peter Anderson, and Matt Powell. DeShaw, a former doctor of chiropractic, will discuss statistical data looking at comparisons between trial verdicts with chiropractor testimony versus trial verdicts with only medical doctor testimony. DeShaw will also discuss how to qualify doctors of chiropractic to avoid, and defeat, evidentiary motions to limit the scope of a DC’s testimony. Lastly, he will address where the historical bias against doctors of chiropractic comes from and how to minimize its impact with the trial judge—as well as with the jury during voir dire.  

Peter Anderson and Matt Powell will address the practical methods they’ve successfully used to obtain six- and seven-figure verdicts in cases where doctors of chiropractic served as key witnesses. Anderson and Powell will also cover key issues in disclosures, voir dire, opening, and direct examination.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 210603D00

*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: 116 minutes + 47 min extra & Q&A
    Original Air Date: 06/03/2021
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*Plaintiffs Only Product 

Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs.


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

Recent insurance industry data from the Insurance Research Council demonstrates that doctors of chiropractic are now the leading health care providers in personal injury claims, with 40 percent of all injured parties seeking chiropractic care. In spinal injury cases, the percentage is likely even higher. Yet many lawyers still have concerns about working on cases where a doctor of chiropractic is the primary provider, and some lawyers will decline these cases altogether. But, there is a way to obtain great outcomes with doctors of chiropractic as your primary expert witness.

This program will address several issues:

  • Case outcomes with chiropractic testimony versus medical doctor testimony
  • The differences in education between DCs, MDs, other health care providers, and JDs
  • The basis of bias within the legal profession about DCs, including judges and the impact upon admissibility
  • The basis of bias within the jury pool, where it came from and how to elicit this bias in voir dire
  • Best practices in qualifying doctors of chiropractic during arbitration and trial testimony

This CLE presentation features trial lawyers Aaron DeShaw, Peter Anderson, and Matt Powell. DeShaw, a former doctor of chiropractic, will discuss statistical data looking at comparisons between trial verdicts with chiropractor testimony versus trial verdicts with only medical doctor testimony. DeShaw will also discuss how to qualify doctors of chiropractic to avoid, and defeat, evidentiary motions to limit the scope of a DC’s testimony. Lastly, he will address where the historical bias against doctors of chiropractic comes from and how to minimize its impact with the trial judge—as well as with the jury during voir dire.  

Peter Anderson and Matt Powell will address the practical methods they’ve successfully used to obtain six- and seven-figure verdicts in cases where doctors of chiropractic served as key witnesses. Anderson and Powell will also cover key issues in disclosures, voir dire, opening, and direct examination.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 210603D00

*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

Peter M Anderson

Peter M Anderson

Peter M. Anderson is a highly respected Colorado trial attorney with an extensive history of six- and seven-figure outcomes in common spinal injury claims that resulted in chronic pain. Mr. Anderson is a former claims adjustor, current national trial tactics lecturer and holds yearly medical seminars teaching doctors about insurance claims practices and their role in litigation and trial. He has tried jury trials every year for well over a dec... 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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