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Litigation Packet

Litigation Packet

Preparing a Motor Vehicle Collision Case

UpdatedJul 07, 2021
CreatedApr 01, 2005
Delivery method: Download

Among general practitioners there is a commonly held belief that any licensed attorney can handle an automobile collision case successfully. Nothing could be further from the truth. Representing a client who has been injured in an automobile collision is an intricate process. The failure to appreciate the nuances of the law, defenses, science, theories, and other issues is a mistake which could prove disastrous.

From the initial meeting with the client and case intake, there are numerous issues the trial lawyers must be aware of and strategies that should be implemented in order to achieve fair compensation for his or her client. In order to assist AAJ members with this exhaustive preparation required in motor vehicle cases, this Litigation Packet provide a thorough overview of issues and strategies involved in investigating and litigating these often catastrophic—and all too common—cases on behalf of plaintiffs and their loved ones.

Through sample pleadings, discovery motions and briefs, trial transcripts, post-trial motions, and summaries and transcripts from depositions of defendant drivers, corporate representatives, and expert witnesses, this Litigation Packet supplies plaintiff attorneys the tools and knowledge necessary to litigate all types of motor vehicle collision claims.

  • Addresses issues related to investigation of claims and defenses, insurance coverage, discovery plans, expert reports and testimony, settlement tools, jury selection, and case presentation strategies in cases involving commercial and non-commercial automobile, bus, and truck crashes
  • Features a large variety of sample case materials, including but not limited to complaints, interrogatories and requests for production of documents, motions in limine, motions for summary judgment, and trial transcripts of opening statements, witness testimony, and closing arguments.
  • Includes detailed summaries and transcripts of depositions of defendant drivers, corporate representatives, and accident reconstruction, biomedical engineering, safety and compliance, and medical experts.