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Types of Damages in Personal Injury Suits: Essential Practice Tips for Tennessee Attorneys - On-Demand
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When representing a plaintiff in a personal injury suit, are you getting the maximum amount possible for your client? In defending a personal injury suit, are your prepared to defend the various types of damages a plaintiff may attempt to recover?
What damages can be recovered for a claim for injuries arising out of an automobile accident, a slip and fall, or a physician’s negligent act? The amount of medical expenses and loss of earning capacity can be quantified, but this webinar also looks at less certain damages, such as those for pain and suffering and the loss of enjoyment of life.
You'll also learn how much a consortium claim is worth and what the plaintiff’s spouse or child needs to show to recover.
- General vs. special damages
- Past and future physical and/or emotional pain and suffering
- Loss of companionship/consortium
- Loss or impairment of mental or physical capacity
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of opportunity
- Loss of income, earning capacity and future fringe benefits
- Punitive damages
- Damages in fatality cases
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Types of Damages in Personal Injury Suits: Essential Practice Tips for Tennessee Attorneys — is just $107.
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Kennerly Montgomery & Finley, P.C.
Attorney Michael Crowder with Kennerly Montgomery & Finley, P.C. in Knoxville, Tennessee, practices generally in the areas of business transactions, business and estate planning, civil and business litigation, and employee benefits. Mr. Crowder assists businesses in entity formation and set up, business structure and governance, and business strategies and transactions. He also serves individuals and businesses by providing legal planning to optimize asset protection and longevity in the context of pre-bankruptcy planning, estate planning, tax planning, entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, and employee benefits.