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Proving Fault in Auto Accident Cases 2020 Edition

This is an essential guide for addressing the complex process of proving fault in auto accident cases.

This essential guide addresses the complexities of proving fault in auto accident cases, including investigation, discovery, presentation of evidence at trial, and trial procedure. Consideration is given to proving fault in accidents involving a ride-share driver, an intersection, multiple vehicles, a single vehicle, a rear-end collision, a railroad crossing, striking a pedestrian, driver impairment or distraction, and much more. Also included are discussions of the use and presentation of demonstrative evidence, medical testimony, and the admissibility of developments in modern technology.

Chapter 1 — Complaint, Answer, and Motions
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Discovery and Investigation
J. Wesley Mitchell, Mitchell, Hoffman & Wolf, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Preparation for Trial
Christopher Patrick Ford, Law Office of Christopher Patrick Ford, Chicago

Chapter 4 — An Overview of Supreme Court Rule 213
Larry R. Rogers, Jr., Power Rogers & Smith, LLP, Chicago

Chapter 5 — The Scope of Permissible Closing Arguments in Automobile Crash Accidents
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Intersection Collisions
Martin J. Healy Jr., Dennis M. Lynch, and Patrick C. Anderson, HealyScanlon Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 7 — One-Car Accidents
John E. Norton, John E. Norton & Associates, LLC, Wheaton

Chapter 8 — Rear-End Collisions
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Railroad Crossing Crashes
Bruce A. Beeman, Wolter, Beeman, Lynch, & Londrigan, Springfield

Chapter 10 — Across the Centerline
Jason G. Schutte, Koepke & Hiltabrand, P.C., Springfield

Chapter 11 — Pedestrian v. Motorist: Can’t We All Just Get Along?
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Evidence of Drinking
Steven C. Ward, Drake Narup & Mead P.C., Springfield

Chapter 13 — Agency
Reviewed by IICLE Staff

Chapter 14 — Reconstruction Experts
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 15 — The Use and Presentation of Demonstrative Evidence in the Trial of an Automobile Negligence Case
Tyler Beckerle, Zimmer & Associates, St. Louis

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This essential guide addresses the complexities of proving fault in auto accident cases, including investigation, discovery, presentation of evidence at trial, and trial procedure. Consideration is given to proving fault in accidents involving a ride-share driver, an intersection, multiple vehicles, a single vehicle, a rear-end collision, a railroad crossing, striking a pedestrian, driver impairment or distraction, and much more. Also included are discussions of the use and presentation of demonstrative evidence, medical testimony, and the admissibility of developments in modern technology.

Chapter 1 — Complaint, Answer, and Motions
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Discovery and Investigation
J. Wesley Mitchell, Mitchell, Hoffman & Wolf, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Preparation for Trial
Christopher Patrick Ford, Law Office of Christopher Patrick Ford, Chicago

Chapter 4 — An Overview of Supreme Court Rule 213
Larry R. Rogers, Jr., Power Rogers & Smith, LLP, Chicago

Chapter 5 — The Scope of Permissible Closing Arguments in Automobile Crash Accidents
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Intersection Collisions
Martin J. Healy Jr., Dennis M. Lynch, and Patrick C. Anderson, HealyScanlon Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 7 — One-Car Accidents
John E. Norton, John E. Norton & Associates, LLC, Wheaton

Chapter 8 — Rear-End Collisions
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Railroad Crossing Crashes
Bruce A. Beeman, Wolter, Beeman, Lynch, & Londrigan, Springfield

Chapter 10 — Across the Centerline
Jason G. Schutte, Koepke & Hiltabrand, P.C., Springfield

Chapter 11 — Pedestrian v. Motorist: Can’t We All Just Get Along?
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Evidence of Drinking
Steven C. Ward, Drake Narup & Mead P.C., Springfield

Chapter 13 — Agency
Reviewed by IICLE Staff

Chapter 14 — Reconstruction Experts
David S. Jasmer, The Jasmer Law Firm, Chicago

Chapter 15 — The Use and Presentation of Demonstrative Evidence in the Trial of an Automobile Negligence Case
Tyler Beckerle, Zimmer & Associates, St. Louis

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