Evidence In Negligence Cases (2 Vols.)
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"[Tom Moore] is one of the country’s preeminent medical malpractice lawyers.”
—The New York Times
”Tom Moore is clearly one of the premier medical malpractice lawyers in the nation.”
”[Tom Moore’s] success in winning extraordinary verdicts, even in the toughest cases, is legendary.”
—The American Lawyer
Evidence in Negligence Cases, renowned litigator Thomas A. Moore shows you how to win personal injury cases by picking, preparing, presenting, and reinforcing your most powerful evidence.
Evidence in Negligence Cases gives you the knowledge and tools to gather and organize your strongest evidence and develop winning case plans; impress jurors with your competence and conviction as early as voir dire; select the right lay and expert witnesses and prepare them effectively; anticipate and counter your opponent’s strategies to get an early edge; establish (or undermine) the four key elements of a prima facie case; maximize the probative power of different types of demonstrative evidence; draft and deliver convincing opening statements and summations; destroy the credibility of witnesses through cross-examination; rehabilitate witnesses through successful redirect examination; and request charges that put you in a better position to win.
Included are more than 225 sample forms, legal and medical documents, trial transcripts, case law examples, and other litigation resources.
Updated at least once a year, Evidence in Negligence Cases is an indispensable litigation handbook for every attorney who handles a personal injury case, for plaintiffs or defendants.
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|Author||Thomas A. Moore, Kevin P McMullen|
|Edition||10th ed., 1997 w/updates*|
|Publisher||Practising Law Institute|