Jury Instructions on Damages in Tort Actions
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For more than 17 years, this valuable resource has helped lawyers write jury instructions that spell out a clear statement of the issues, a discussion of the evidence, and an explanation of the principles of a case. The Fourth Edition brings you up-to-date with recent cases supporting each instruction - including relevant law review articles articles and annotations to American Law Reports.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 Instructions of General Application in Tort Actions
CHAPTER 2 Punitive Damages
CHAPTER 3 Joint Tortfeasors
CHAPTER 4 Causation
CHAPTER 5 Comparative Negligence Jurisdictions
CHAPTER 6 Damages for Personal Injuries
CHAPTER 7 Emotional Distress
CHAPTER 8 Death by Wrongful Act
CHAPTER 9 Damages Involving Land
CHAPTER 10 Torts Involving Personal Property
CHAPTER 11 Wrongs Involving Intangible Property
CHAPTER 12 Injuries to Interests of Personality
CHAPTER 13 Torts Associated with Law Enforcement
CHAPTER 14 Deprivation of Constitutional or Civil Rights
CHAPTER 15 Misrepresentations
CHAPTER 16 Other Bases of Liability
CHAPTER 17 Collateral Source of Benefits