Michael Maggiano, highly appreciated and acknowledged attorney at Maggiano, DiGirolamo & Lizzi, recently authored a book by the name of The Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit. In this two-volume set, practicing plaintiffs’ attorneys and their staffs can use this as a resource to discover detailed discussions of how to negotiate for better outcomes during settlement, how to deal with corporate defendants in discovery, ways to present and make effective damage arguments, and much more. In this outstanding resource book, more than 600 experts in trial law and personal injury medicine became contributors.
Michael Maggiano’s Contribution
Maggiano contributed to the book by writing an excerpt on noneconomic damages. This section contained a personal piece by drawing on his vast experience helping clients pursue fair compensation from their injury cases. Noneconomic damages such as pain and suffering or emotional distress, as they stand, are extremely important parts of personal injury cases. They are often seen as less important than “tangible” damages like medical expenses and lost wages and, because of this, it is crucial for new attorneys and seasoned veterans to re-examine the way they look at these damages. Maggiano is known as a skilled and decorated veteran litigator and relentless advocate for victim’s rights. Pick up Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit and read his helpful chapter known as Damages: Economic Damages, to hear more on his wisdom and expertise in the field.
About the Publisher
Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit was published by Trial Guides ™. They are a publishing company that distributes books, e-books, audio, video, and live seminars from leading trial lawyers and legal experts. It was produced with help from the American Association for Justice, which works to ensure that people are treated fairly in the justice system and have a fighting change to recover their losses. This includes when they are fighting against the largest, most powerful corporations.
How You Might Benefit From the Book
Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit is an extremely beneficial guidebook for those who may be dealing with a personal injury lawsuit in their own lives. Many can use it as a step-by-step guide to help them through the difficult process they are enduring. Some things that may help aid them are the pages written on the importance of understanding vital details on how insurance companies view claims, essential elements of trail including jury selection and closing statements, and instructive overviews on the benefits and methodology of using focus groups and mock trials to inform your strategies in settlement and trial.
What Have Others Said About Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
In March 2015, Howard Nations, a Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame Inductee; AAJ Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient; Co-Founder of the National College of Advocacy has stated, “AAJ Press and Trial Guides have combined to produce the 4th Edition of Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit, which has long been the gold standard as a litigation resource for trial lawyers. The thirty-seven chapters, written by trial lawyers for trial lawyers, update the panoply of information, techniques and strategy required to successfully prosecute a case from intake through investigation, evaluation, preparation, trial or settlement. The expertise of the writers is exceeded only by the value of their advice. These two volumes contain a wealth of timely knowledge that is invaluable to every trial lawyer, regardless of their level of experience, and make an essential desktop companion.” With these words to live by, pick up a copy of Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit today, and discover what many talented and seasoned lawyers have to say about cases.
Upcoming Seminar Information
Trial Guides ™ is going to create a seminar around the chapters of the book Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit, contributors like Michael Maggiano are expected to participate in the seminar. See what these legal minds have to offer, currently working on the date but the event is scheduled to take place in Florida. Stay tuned for more information on this wonderful event!