Pain and Suffering Damages in Personal Injury training seminars presented by NBI Inc. register now on FindaSeminar.com

findaseminar logo balls FindaSeminar.com
event search registration and marketing services since 2002
Advanced Search
 
 

Pain and Suffering Damages in Personal Injury  

 Email information about this seminar Pain and Suffering Damages in Personal Injury by NBI Inc. to yourself your manager or associates Email this event... View and register for other training seminars like Pain and Suffering Damages in Personal Injury by NBI Inc. on FindaSeminar.com Find similar training.. Find and register for other training seminars by NBI Inc. on FindaSeminar.com Other seminars from NBI Inc.

By:

training seminars by NBI Inc. NBI Inc.   

For:

This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for attorneys. Insurance adjusters and paralegals may also benefit.

Cost:   

see Registration info for seminar cost, group discount etc.

Seminar Summary:

In this program, knowledgeable attorney faculty will share their know-how and concrete approaches to negotiating or litigating these intangible damages. (see full course description)

 

 Seminar / Training class dates & locations

 

No seminar dates for this event are currently scheduled.  Please use the seminars search box above or choose one of the following additional training search options to find similar training.

pain+suffering+personal+injury+cases+litigation+litigators+ training seminars workshops conferences online training

Providers course catalog

Find seminars by state

Find seminars by city

Request on site training

Use Advanced Search

NEW  Don't miss training you want to attend

Receive a personal Training Alert when training you want to attend comes to your area. Create a personal Training Alert now  it's Free and only takes a minute!


 

 

 

share this page 

print the agenda print agenda for the Pain and Suffering Damages in Personal Injury seminar

 

 

Training Course Syllabus:


Successfully Argue the Most Subjective Damages in Injury Settlements and Judgments

How do you put a monetary value on physical pain and emotional and mental harms? How can you convince an opposing party or jurors of the true extent or nature of a claimant's suffering? In this program, knowledgeable attorney faculty will share their know-how and concrete approaches to negotiating or litigating these intangible damages. Take control of injury case recoveries - register today!

  • Hear from a doctor on how to find objective correlation to subjective complaints of pain.
  • Think like an adjuster: find out what factors insurance companies consider when gauging P&S.
  • Discover when pain, suffering and other nonmedical losses are subject to a lien.
  • Explore the tactics defense attorneys use to keep pain and suffering damages down.
  • See how plaintiffs' attorneys quantify, prove and increase pain and suffering damages.
  • Find out how to use the discovery process to develop or defend against pain and suffering claims.
  • Learn how to get your proofs admitted (and keep theirs out).


  1. Pain and Suffering Damages: A Brief Introduction
    9:00 - 9:45, Stephen W. Bruderle
  2. How Insurance Companies Evaluate Pain and Suffering
    9:45 - 10:45, Joseph L. Feliciani
    1. Key Factors Adjusters Consider
    2. Colossus/Software Programs
    3. Claimant and Attorney Factors
    4. Setting of Reserves
    5. Insurance Coverage
    6. Documentation That Makes a Difference in an Adjuster's Evaluation
  3. Doctor Insights on Pain, Suffering and Causation
    11:00 - 12:00, Dr. Peter Blumenthal
    1. The Science of Pain
    2. Physical Pain and Suffering vs. Mental Suffering
    3. Measuring Pain: Objective vs. Subjective Diagnosis and Testing
    4. Acute Pain vs. Chronic Pain
    5. Pain Over Time
    6. How Pain is Treated/Controlled
    7. Cause of Pain: Injury, Aging or Prior/Subsequent Conditions?
    8. How Pain Can Exacerbate or Trigger Other Conditions
  4. Quantifying Pain and Suffering Damages
    1:00 - 1:30, Bethany R. Nikitenko
    1. Factors to Consider in Quantifying Pain and Suffering Damages
    2. Finding Evidence: What to Look for, Where to Get It
    3. Medical Records, Charts, Prescriptions and Doctors' Notes
    4. Documenting Psychological Harms
    5. Liability and Apportionment
    6. Authoritative Resources to Use
    7. Using Experts to Quantify Pain and Suffering
    8. Calculating Future Pain and Suffering
  5. Handling Lien Claims
    1:30 - 2:00, Bethany R. Nikitenko
    1. Understanding Lien Rights and Limitations
    2. When Are Pain, Suffering and Other Nonmedical Losses Subject to a Lien?
    3. Ahlborn and Other Key Case Law
    4. Settlement Designations and Allocations
    5. Building a Case to Limit Repayment
    6. Handling Claims Against Recovery
      1. Medicare Liens
      2. Medicaid Liens
      3. ERISA/Health Insurance Liens
  6. Negotiating and Litigating P&S Damages: Defense Perspective
    2:00 - 2:30, Dawn C. Doherty
    1. Using Discovery to Defend Against Pain and Suffering Claims
    2. IMEs and the Examiner's Observations
    3. How to Counter Sympathy Tactics and Graphic Displays
    4. Negotiating Tips to Minimize Pain and Suffering
    5. How to Get Your Evidence Admitted and Keep Theirs Out
    6. Jury Selection/Voir Dire Questions
    7. Using Medical Records/Notes and Doctor Testimony
    8. How to Present Pain and Suffering at Closing
  7. Negotiating and Litigating P&S Damages: Plaintiffs' Tactics
    2:45 - 3:30, Michael F. Barrett
    1. Direct Negotiations with Insurance Claims Representative
    2. Lay Witnesses
    3. Using Expert Reports and Testimony
    4. Using the Discovery Process to Build Pain and Suffering Claims
    5. Pain and Suffering in Wrongful Death Cases
    6. How to Get Your Pain and Suffering Evidence Admitted (and Keep Theirs Out)
    7. How to Prove Pain and Suffering at Trial
  8. Legal Ethics
    3:30 - 4:30, Dawn C. Doherty
    1. Attorney-Client Relationship
    2. Conflicts of Interest
    3. Medical Records and HIPAA Compliance
    4. Attorneys' Fees
    5. Duty of Candor
    6. Painkiller Addiction: Handling Impaired Clients

Agendas and Speakers may differ slightly depending on the location. Please e-mail or call a representative to obtain an agenda for a particular location.

Seminar Summary:

In this program, knowledgeable attorney faculty will share their know-how and concrete approaches to negotiating or litigating these intangible damages. (see full course description)

print this agenda print agenda for the Pain and Suffering Damages in Personal Injury training seminar

 view dates and locations for this seminar

 

 

 

Custom Search