Library of Georgia Personal Injury Forms
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The Library of Georgia Personal Injury Forms includes more than 300 sample documents for use in personal injury actions. The book is organized to bring you through your case from start to finish. Checklists provide valuable practice tips, such as filing instructions and specific notification requirements.
You'll find sample documents and forms covering all aspects of the case. Online availability of forms allow for easy drafting and editing of a large variety of useful documents.
NEW FORMS in the 6th Edition will help you address new and evolving issues, including issues related to the COVID pandemic and the recent Supreme Court decision on apportionment. New situations and documents include:
• the taking of Zoom depositions which have become necessary and helpful given the current circumstances surrounding COVID.
• because of the recent apportionment decision, it may be necessary to file motions to dismiss parties prior to trial or to sever claims, and forms that address these issues are provided.
• other new forms cover: amended complaints, responding to motions to set aside default judgments, briefs on medical causation, preserving cellphone evidence and much more.
Table of contents
CHAPTER 1. WORKING WITH POTENTIAL CLIENTS AND SIGNING UP THE CASE
CHAPTER 2. NOTIFICATION OF REPRESENTATION AND PRESERVING EVIDENCE
CHAPTER 3. INVESTIGATION OF LIABILITY
CHAPTER 4. PROVING YOUR CLIENT'S INJURIES AND DAMAGES
CHAPTER 5. COMPLAINTS
CHAPTER 6. FILING AND SERVICE OF THE COMPLAINT
CHAPTER 7. DISCOVERY: INTERROGATORIES, REQUEST FOR DOCUMENTS AND REQUEST FOR ADMISSIONS
CHAPTER 8. ANSWERING DISCOVERY FROM THE DEFENDANT
CHAPTER 9. COMPELLING RESPONSES TO DISCOVERY
CHAPTER 10. DEPOSITIONS
CHAPTER 11. OTHER DOCUMENTS RELATED TO DISCOVERY
CHAPTER 12. MOTIONS AND RESPONSES
CHAPTER 13. LITIGATION LETTERS
CHAPTER 14. TRIAL
CHAPTER 15. SETTLEMENT AND RESOLUTION OF CLAIMS
CHAPTER 16. ADMINISTRATIVE FORMS
CHAPTER 17. FILING A FEDERAL LAWSUIT
CHAPTER 18. FEDERAL LITIGATION DOCUMENTS
CHAPTER 19. DISCOVERY IN FEDERAL COURT
CHAPTER 20. EXPERTS IN FEDERAL COURT
CHAPTER 21. FEDERAL TRIAL AND JUDGMENT