The Plaintiff's Personal Injury Action In New York State
Patrick J. Higgins
Couch White, LLP
• Master your handling of personal injury cases, including development in related areas such as special needs trusts, structured settlements, Medicare and Medicaid liens, health insurance subrogation, bankruptcy, Frye and Daubert motions, post–Burns Kelly calculations, CPLR Articles 50-A and 50-B hearings, and demands for confidentiality agreements.
• Learn how to prepare, try, or win a caseand how to shepherd a client through the process.
Revised 2014, the New York State Bar Association has created the most up-to-date, focused and comprehensive review of the plaintiff's personal injury practice in New York.
Written by leading practitioners from throughout New York State, this practical treatise answers the tough questions faced by the plaintiff's personal injury attorney everyday liens, special needs trusts, structures, Medicare and Medicaid, conflicts of interest, workers' compensation, no-fault, bankruptcy, representing a party in infancy, incompetency, and wrongful death.
New York's most experienced personal injury lawyers, and nationally recognized experts, teach cutting-edge skills for the practicing trial lawyer, while also laying out the most current substantive law from medical malpractice to mass torts.
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2014 Supplement (for past purchasers only)