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Whose Money Is It? The Law of Subrogation in Tennessee- On CD

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Whose Money Is It? The Law of Subrogation in Tennessee- On CD

Are you familiar enough with subrogation law in Tennessee to protect the interests of your clients? Regardless of which side you represent in settlement negotiations, you don't want to miss the all-new Tennessee Attorneys Memo audio conference to learn what claims could be asserted against a personal injury settlement: Whose Money Is It? The Law of Subrogation in Tennessee.

 The Tennessee Supreme Court recently reiterated that if a trial court finds that an injured party has been made whole, reimbursement should be awarded to the insurance company only to the extent that the injured party’s total recovery exceeds the injured party’s total damages. For purposes of the "made whole" doctrine, the court said, it is sufficient for an injured party to present evidence of non-economic damages that is "as certain as the nature of the case permits" and that "enable[s] the trier of fact to make a fair and reasonable assessment of the damages."

You risk nothing by ordering this CD, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this audio conference.



Because this is a CD audio seminar you enjoy:

    • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
    • No travel-related expenses or complications;
    • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.

 One more reason to purchase CD: Your audio conference leader

Presented by one of only 10 attorneys in Tennessee certified both as a Medical Malpractice Specialist and a Civil Trial Specialist, Daniel Clayton.

Daniel L. Clayton, president of the Tennessee Association for Justice, is one of only ten attorneys in Tennessee certified as both a Medical Malpractice Specialist and a Civil Trial Specialist by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization.

Mr. Clayton is a 1987 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law. While in law school, he was a member of the National Trial Moot Court Team and a recipient of the Justice Powell Medal for Excellence in Advocacy. He is rated ‘AV’ by Martindale-Hubbell, is the author of multiple articles, and is a frequent speaker at CLE functions. Mr. Clayton is listed as a Mid-South Super Lawyer and was included in its ‘Top 100’ list. He practices at Kinnard Clayton & Beveridge in Nashville, Tennessee, where his focus is in the areas of Medical Negligence, Catastrophic and Personal Injury, Automobile and Tractor Trailer Litigation.

 

Whose Money Is It? The Law of Subrogation in Tennessee- On CD

 

Presented by one of only 10 attorneys in Tennessee certified both as a Medical Malpractice Specialist and a Civil Trial Specialist, Daniel Clayton.


Are you familiar enough with subrogation law in Tennessee to protect the interests of your clients? Regardless of which side you represent in settlement negotiations, you don't want to miss the all-new Tennessee Attorneys Memo audio conference to learn what claims could be asserted against a personal injury settlement: Whose Money Is It? The Law of Subrogation in Tennessee.

 

The Tennessee Supreme Court recently reiterated that if a trial court finds that an injured party has been made whole, reimbursement should be awarded to the insurance company only to the extent that the injured party’s total recovery exceeds the injured party’s total damages. For purposes of the "made whole" doctrine, the court said, it is sufficient for an injured party to present evidence of non-economic damages that is "as certain as the nature of the case permits" and that "enable[s] the trier of fact to make a fair and reasonable assessment of the damages."

In two cases this year, the Court of Appeals held:
* A trial court should not have reduced a hospital’s lien by one-third representing the plaintiff’s attorney’s lien.
* An insurer impaired a hospital’s lien when the insurer made a payment to a medical provider without a release or satisfaction of the hospital’s lien.

When you participate in this interactive live event, your speaker will discuss these holdings and will answer such questions as:

  • Is my client made whole by a settlement, and does it matter?
  • ERISA claims - Should my client and I just sit back and collect?
  • Hospital liens - How do I handle this convoluted statute?
  • All work and no pay - How do I handle attorney fees and the subrogation claim?


Whose Money Is It? The Law of Subrogation in Tennessee
is just $147.

 

You risk nothing by ordering this CD, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this audio conference.

Because this is a CD audio seminar you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.


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