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1996 Wiley Expert Witness Update: New Developments in Personal Injury…

by Eric Pierson

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Personal injury attorneys work with a broad variety of experts in all phases of their cases. Experts help determine causation and liability, evaluate plantiff injuries, determine potential for rehabilitation, determine the future medical needs of plantiffs, calculate compensation needed by plantiffs to establish an acceptable standard of living, and much more. This annual volume gathers contributions from a wide variety of experts who discuss hedonic damages, enhanced injuries in product liability cases, proving emotional and psychological damages, life care plans, safety analysis in product cases, neuropsychological testimony in brain injury cases, and the standard of admissibility of expert testimony.

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