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Negotiating and Settling Tort Cases, 2013 ed. (AAJ Press)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2013-2015
Service #: 40435022
Sub #: 40435023
Pages: 1368
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication frequency: As needed
Update method: No updating

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Negotiating and Settling Tort Cases, 2013 ed. (AAJ Press)

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Negotiating and Settling Tort Cases serves as a comprehensive guide to effective settlement techniques in the context of personal injury litigation. It helps you determine a settlement amount, choose the most appropriate form of settlement, and work with clients, mediators, and others to get the best settlement. It also helps attorneys maximize recoveries in personal injury cases with tips on how to address Medicare liens and set-asides, and other healthcare liens. Each volume can be bought separately or as part of the two-volume set. Volume 1 discusses:

  • How to evaluate your case
  • How to determine your settlement demand
  • Negotiating the best settlement for your client
  • Effective use of mediation
Volume 2 addresses postsettlement issues such as:
  • How to negotiate and resolve healthcare liens, including Medicare liens, Medicaid liens, and other healthcare liens
  • The latest information on Medicare set asides
  • Guidance on other issues, including trusts and other third party fiduciary applications, taxation of personal injury settlements, 468B Qualified Settlement Funds, mass tort settlements, and attorneys fees