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Medical Malpractice 2018 Edition

This is a comprehensive resource for attorneys on either side of a medical malpractice case.

IICLE’S MEDICAL MALPRACTICE provides insight from both plaintiff and defense perspectives, making it a valuable resource for attorneys on either side of a medical malpractice case. Most of the 20 chapters are authored by both plaintiff and defense attorneys, providing a comprehensive resource concerning current medical liability law. This updated edition contains detailed material on medical records, damages, liens, nursing home negligence, and more. Included with expert practice guidance are ethical considerations, statutes, Supreme Court Rules, research methodology and resources, review methodology and resources, forms, exhibits, and practice tips. Editable forms include an attorney retainer agreement in a med mal action; an authorization for release of health information; sample interrogatories; a request for production; a petition to approve minor settlement, disbursement, and distribution; and jury instructions.

Chapter 1 — Initial Client Contact
Jeffrey M. Goldberg, Jeffrey M. Goldberg Law Offices, Richard H. Donohue, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago, and Gary P. Annes, Abels & Annes, P.C.

Chapter 2 — Medical Records: Tangible Evidence and Bills
Robert B. Patterson, Law Offices of Robert B. Patterson, Ltd., and Matthew A. Reddy, Pretzel & Stouffer, Chartered, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Claim Evaluation
Zachary R. Pancoast, Rossiter & Boock, LLC, and Richard K. Hunsaker, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Edwardsville

Chapter 4 — Duty
Thomas R. Hill and Monica J. Henning, Smith Blake Hill LLC, and Joseph W. Balesteri, Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.C., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Expert Testimony
Thomas G. Siracusa, Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P., and Michael T. Trucco, Stamos & Trucco LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Breach
Steven B. Levy, Steven B. Levy, Attorney, Naperville, and Kevin J. Vedrine, Cunningham Meyer & Vedrine, P.C., Warrenville

Chapter 7 — Proximate Cause
Susan J. Schwartz, Corboy & Demetrio, and Thomas R. Hill, Smith Blake Hill LLC, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Damages in Medical Malpractice
Christian D. Biswell, Drake Narup & Mead P.C., Springfield, and Amelia S. Buragas, Kelly Law Offices, P.C., Bloomington

Chapter 9 — Defenses
Richard J. Hickey, III, Hickey & Associates, LLC, and Allen N. Schwartz, Kralovec, Jambois & Schwartz, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Fact Discovery
Francis (Frank) P. Morrissey and Courtney M. Beemer, Wise Morrissey Kaveny LLC, and Robert L. Nora and Jeffrey R. Hanes, Nora & Partners, LLP, Chicago

Chapter 11 — Expert Discovery
Mark D. Hansen and Emily J. Perkins, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria

Chapter 12 — Trial
Roger R. Clayton, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria, and Keith A. Hebeisen, Clifford Law Offices, Chicago

Chapter 13 — Preserving the Record, Posttrial Motions, and Appeals
Hugh C. Griffin, Hall Prangle & Schoonveld LLC, Chicago, and Amelia S. Buragas, Kelly Law Offices, P.C., Bloomington

Chapter 14 — Liens
Edward (Ted) McNabola and Terrance M. Nofsinger, McNabola & Associates, LLC, and Michael J. Hennig, Cassiday Schade LLP, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Ancillary Concerns
Nancy M. Spain, Spain, Spain & Varnet, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 16 — Legal and Financial Planning Considerations in Anticipation of a Large Financial Settlement
Ian R. Alexander, Goldberg & Goldberg, Chicago

Chapter 17 — Satellite Issues Attendant to Medical Malpractice Litigation
Miles J. Zaremski, Zaremski Law Group, Highland Park, Douglas M. Belofsky, Law Offices of Douglas Belofsky, P.C., Northbrook, and Ila S. Rothschild, Law Offices of Ila S. Rothschild, Highland Park

Chapter 18 — Nursing Home Negligence
Tyler Robinson, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Springfield

Chapter 19 — Mediation in Medical Malpractice Cases
Geoffrey L. Gifford, Pavalon & Gifford, and Richard H. Donohue, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

Chapter 20 — Reporting Requirements in Settlements
John M. Lagattuta, HR/Labor Relations Director, and Cole D. Garrett, Deputy General Counsel, Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission, Chicago

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IICLE’S MEDICAL MALPRACTICE provides insight from both plaintiff and defense perspectives, making it a valuable resource for attorneys on either side of a medical malpractice case. Most of the 20 chapters are authored by both plaintiff and defense attorneys, providing a comprehensive resource concerning current medical liability law. This updated edition contains detailed material on medical records, damages, liens, nursing home negligence, and more. Included with expert practice guidance are ethical considerations, statutes, Supreme Court Rules, research methodology and resources, review methodology and resources, forms, exhibits, and practice tips. Editable forms include an attorney retainer agreement in a med mal action; an authorization for release of health information; sample interrogatories; a request for production; a petition to approve minor settlement, disbursement, and distribution; and jury instructions.

Chapter 1 — Initial Client Contact
Jeffrey M. Goldberg, Jeffrey M. Goldberg Law Offices, Richard H. Donohue, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago, and Gary P. Annes, Abels & Annes, P.C.

Chapter 2 — Medical Records: Tangible Evidence and Bills
Robert B. Patterson, Law Offices of Robert B. Patterson, Ltd., and Matthew A. Reddy, Pretzel & Stouffer, Chartered, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Claim Evaluation
Zachary R. Pancoast, Rossiter & Boock, LLC, and Richard K. Hunsaker, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Edwardsville

Chapter 4 — Duty
Thomas R. Hill and Monica J. Henning, Smith Blake Hill LLC, and Joseph W. Balesteri, Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.C., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Expert Testimony
Thomas G. Siracusa, Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P., and Michael T. Trucco, Stamos & Trucco LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Breach
Steven B. Levy, Steven B. Levy, Attorney, Naperville, and Kevin J. Vedrine, Cunningham Meyer & Vedrine, P.C., Warrenville

Chapter 7 — Proximate Cause
Susan J. Schwartz, Corboy & Demetrio, and Thomas R. Hill, Smith Blake Hill LLC, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Damages in Medical Malpractice
Christian D. Biswell, Drake Narup & Mead P.C., Springfield, and Amelia S. Buragas, Kelly Law Offices, P.C., Bloomington

Chapter 9 — Defenses
Richard J. Hickey, III, Hickey & Associates, LLC, and Allen N. Schwartz, Kralovec, Jambois & Schwartz, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Fact Discovery
Francis (Frank) P. Morrissey and Courtney M. Beemer, Wise Morrissey Kaveny LLC, and Robert L. Nora and Jeffrey R. Hanes, Nora & Partners, LLP, Chicago

Chapter 11 — Expert Discovery
Mark D. Hansen and Emily J. Perkins, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria

Chapter 12 — Trial
Roger R. Clayton, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria, and Keith A. Hebeisen, Clifford Law Offices, Chicago

Chapter 13 — Preserving the Record, Posttrial Motions, and Appeals
Hugh C. Griffin, Hall Prangle & Schoonveld LLC, Chicago, and Amelia S. Buragas, Kelly Law Offices, P.C., Bloomington

Chapter 14 — Liens
Edward (Ted) McNabola and Terrance M. Nofsinger, McNabola & Associates, LLC, and Michael J. Hennig, Cassiday Schade LLP, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Ancillary Concerns
Nancy M. Spain, Spain, Spain & Varnet, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 16 — Legal and Financial Planning Considerations in Anticipation of a Large Financial Settlement
Ian R. Alexander, Goldberg & Goldberg, Chicago

Chapter 17 — Satellite Issues Attendant to Medical Malpractice Litigation
Miles J. Zaremski, Zaremski Law Group, Highland Park, Douglas M. Belofsky, Law Offices of Douglas Belofsky, P.C., Northbrook, and Ila S. Rothschild, Law Offices of Ila S. Rothschild, Highland Park

Chapter 18 — Nursing Home Negligence
Tyler Robinson, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Springfield

Chapter 19 — Mediation in Medical Malpractice Cases
Geoffrey L. Gifford, Pavalon & Gifford, and Richard H. Donohue, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

Chapter 20 — Reporting Requirements in Settlements
John M. Lagattuta, HR/Labor Relations Director, and Cole D. Garrett, Deputy General Counsel, Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission, Chicago

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