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Secrets to a Successful Plaintiff's Personal Injury Practice


CLE Hours: 6 including 6 General, 0 Ethics, 1 Professionalism, 2 Trial Practice

Original Program Date:
Nov 11, 2021


Description

Plaintiff's Personal Injury examines personal injury cases from the perspective of the plaintiff, including best practices for building an airtight case and knowing when to opt for mediation over trial. The program touches on workers' compensation, premises liability, appeals, and even the growing importance of social media, an provides an in-depth look for most effectively presenting visual aids at trial. Plaintiff's Personal Injury wraps up with commentary from Georgia Sen. Jen Jordan on legislative threats to the 7th Amendment.

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Important Information

Please be advised that your credit will not be reported to the State Bar of Georgia CLE Regulation Department until after you have completed the steps necessary to earn credit for that program. 

Self reporting is required for all other jurisdictions.

The information presented is solely for educational purposes. The opinions expressed by the faculty in their materials and presentations are their own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the State Bar of Georgia, its officers, directors and/or employees. The faculty is not engaged in rendering legal or other professional advice and these presentations and publications are not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. All publications and presentations were created to serve the continuing legal education needs of practicing attorneys.

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