Personal Injury Guide Co-Authored by Michael Maggiano Now On Sale2015-03-14T18:49:18+00:00

Personal Injury Guide Co-Authored by Michael Maggiano Now On Sale

Anatomy_Banner_blue_240x400_2Founder and senior partner Michael Maggiano combined forces with more than 600 personal injury experts to pen Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit, which is now available for purchase.

The fourth edition of Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit is the must-have field manual for personal injury cases. It is essentially a step-by-step guide through the major issues of a personal injury claim, addressing everything from the initial consultation to trial preparation to closing statements. This two-volume set is chock-full of up-to-date information, resources, tips, advice, and arguments to help personal injury attorneys be more effective—both in and out of the courtroom.

Topics covered in Anatomy of a Personal Injury Attorney include:

  • Negotiating for better outcomes for clients during settlement
  • Navigating other alternatives to litigation
  • Presenting an effective damages argument for different cases, including punitive, wage-loss, noneconomic, and medical damages
  • Fighting secrecy orders
  • Dealing with corporate defendants during the discovery process
  • Understanding common medical issues that arise in personal injury cases
  • The benefits of using focus groups and mock trials when preparing a trial strategy
  • Understanding essential elements of a trial, including jury selection

More than 600 experts in trial law and personal injury medicine contributed to Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit, including Michael Maggiano, the founder and senior partner of New Jersey-based personal injury firm Maggiano, DiGirolamo & Lizzi, who wrote the section on noneconomic damages.

Anatomy_3D_Covers_300x409Maggiano wrote the section on noneconomic damages for Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit by drawing on his vast experience helping clients pursue fair compensation. Noneconomic damages, such as pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of consortium or companionship, are an extremely important part of many personal injury cases, and they are often seen as less important than “tangible” damages like medical expenses and lost wages; because of this, it is crucial for new attorneys and seasoned veterans alike to re-examine the way they look at noneconomic damages and come up with a solid strategy for justifying these damages in court.

Maggiano and his fellow attorneys at Maggiano, DiGirolamo & Lizzi have secured a number of large damage awards for clients, including several million- and multi-million dollar settlements. Maggiano has also received a number of awards and recognitions in recent years, including:

Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit is published by Trial Guides™, 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 people are treated fairly in the justice system and have a fighting chance to recover their losses—even when fighting against the largest, most powerful corporations.

Find Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit, Fourth Edition online via the Trial Guides website.