Personal Injury Practice in North Carolina
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Personal Injury Practice in North Carolina is a practical guide that covers the most common questions in personal injury law, including practical tips on how to analyze and investigate these cases. This publication is a must-have resource for your personal injury practice!
The 2017 supplement includes updates about client interviews, locating and preserving evidence, insurance coverage, soft tissue injury cases, punitive damages, UM/UIM arbitration, premises liability and disbursement of settlement funds.
Edited by Adrienne Blocker, Law Offices of Adrienne Blocker, PLLC, and Michelle B. Clifton, Grace, Tisdale & Clifton, P.A. this resource is built to help you navigate the major issues and most common cases in personal injury law.
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Table of contents
About the Co-Editors
CHAPTER 1 The Analysis and Investigation of Personal Injury Cases
John M. McCabe
CHAPTER 2 Insurance Coverage for Injuries Arising Out of the Use of an Automobile
CHAPTER 3 Insurance Bad Faith Considerations for the Lawyer Handling Personal Injury Claims In North Carolina
J. David Stradley and Robert P. Holmes
CHAPTER 4 Soft Tissue Injury Cases
Michael S. Rothrock
CHAPTER 5 Definitive and Major Injury Cases
Douglas Abrams, Margaret S. Abrams and Noah B. Abrams
CHAPTER 6 DWI and Other Punitive Issues
Michelle B. Clifton
CHAPTER 7 Identifying, Retaining and Training Your Expert Witnesses
CHAPTER 8 Arbitration of UM/UIM Insurance Matters
Christopher R. Nichols
CHAPTER 9 Commercial and Trucking Cases
CHAPTER 10 Premises Liability—A Slippery Floor in North Carolina
CHAPTER 11 Disbursements
Gary Clemmons and Michael F. Roessler