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Proving and Disproving Damages in Personal Injury Cases 2021 Edition

This is a comprehensive guide for Illinois attorneys seeking solutions to problems in personal injury cases — whether proving or disproving damages for your client.

This comprehensive guide covers the spectrum of issues arising in personal injury cases and provides solutions for attorneys through discussions of relevant caselaw and statutes. Experienced Illinois attorneys build a formidable knowledge base for both the plaintiff and the defense including trial techniques, analysis of Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions, and clear steps for refuting or proving claims of damage such as those for physical injuries, psychological injuries, impaired earning capacity, medical expenses, lost wages, and wrongful-death actions. There are separate chapters from both perspectives of the trial bar written for each major topic and a chapter on neuropsychology for personal injury practitioners.

Chapter 1 — Physical Injuries: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Gary P. Annes,Abels & Annes, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Physical Injuries: Defendant’s Perspective
Christian D. Biswell and Steven C. Ward, Drake Narup & Mead P.C., Springfield

Chapter 3 — Psychological Injuries: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Jeffrey J. Kroll, Kaveny & Kroll, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 4 — Psychological Injuries: Defendant’s Perspective
Kevin J. Caplis, Querrey & Harrow, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Impaired Earning Capacity: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Jeffrey J. Kroll, Kaveny & Kroll, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Impaired Earning Capacity: Defendant’s Perspective
Robert E. Elworth and Lauren F.Crissie, HeplerBroom, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 7 — How Economists Estimate the Present Value of Diminished Earnings Capacity
Lawrence DeBrock, Professor of Finance, Dean Emeritus,and Charles M. Linke, Professor Emeritus of Finance, Gies College of Business, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Chapter 8 — Proving Special Damages: Medical Expenses and Lost Wages
Julie L. Cibulskis, Speers, Reuland & Cibulskis, P.C., Aurora

Chapter 9 — Punitive Damages: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Laura A. Castagna, Kelly & Castagna, LLC, Bloomington

Chapter 10 — Punitive Damages: Defendant’s Perspective
Kevin M. Miller, Quinn Johnston, and Noah A. Menold, Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC, Peoria

Chapter 11 — Damages in a Wrongful-Death Case: Plaintiff’s Perspectiv
Laura A. Castagna and Timothy W. Kelly, Kelly & Castagna, LLC, Bloomington, and John L. Nisivaco, Chicago Injury Lawyers, Inc., Chicago

Chapter 12 — Damages in a Wrongful-Death Case: Defendant’s Perspective
Andrew C. Patton and Patrick M. Spellman, Franco Moroney Buenik LLC, Chicago

Chapter 13 — An Introduction to Neuropsychology for Personal Injury Practitioners
Colin A. Brietzke, Chicagoland Neuropsychology, LLC, Oak Park

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This comprehensive guide covers the spectrum of issues arising in personal injury cases and provides solutions for attorneys through discussions of relevant caselaw and statutes. Experienced Illinois attorneys build a formidable knowledge base for both the plaintiff and the defense including trial techniques, analysis of Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions, and clear steps for refuting or proving claims of damage such as those for physical injuries, psychological injuries, impaired earning capacity, medical expenses, lost wages, and wrongful-death actions. There are separate chapters from both perspectives of the trial bar written for each major topic and a chapter on neuropsychology for personal injury practitioners.

Chapter 1 — Physical Injuries: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Gary P. Annes,Abels & Annes, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Physical Injuries: Defendant’s Perspective
Christian D. Biswell and Steven C. Ward, Drake Narup & Mead P.C., Springfield

Chapter 3 — Psychological Injuries: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Jeffrey J. Kroll, Kaveny & Kroll, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 4 — Psychological Injuries: Defendant’s Perspective
Kevin J. Caplis, Querrey & Harrow, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Impaired Earning Capacity: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Jeffrey J. Kroll, Kaveny & Kroll, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Impaired Earning Capacity: Defendant’s Perspective
Robert E. Elworth and Lauren F.Crissie, HeplerBroom, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 7 — How Economists Estimate the Present Value of Diminished Earnings Capacity
Lawrence DeBrock, Professor of Finance, Dean Emeritus,and Charles M. Linke, Professor Emeritus of Finance, Gies College of Business, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Chapter 8 — Proving Special Damages: Medical Expenses and Lost Wages
Julie L. Cibulskis, Speers, Reuland & Cibulskis, P.C., Aurora

Chapter 9 — Punitive Damages: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Laura A. Castagna, Kelly & Castagna, LLC, Bloomington

Chapter 10 — Punitive Damages: Defendant’s Perspective
Kevin M. Miller, Quinn Johnston, and Noah A. Menold, Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC, Peoria

Chapter 11 — Damages in a Wrongful-Death Case: Plaintiff’s Perspectiv
Laura A. Castagna and Timothy W. Kelly, Kelly & Castagna, LLC, Bloomington, and John L. Nisivaco, Chicago Injury Lawyers, Inc., Chicago

Chapter 12 — Damages in a Wrongful-Death Case: Defendant’s Perspective
Andrew C. Patton and Patrick M. Spellman, Franco Moroney Buenik LLC, Chicago

Chapter 13 — An Introduction to Neuropsychology for Personal Injury Practitioners
Colin A. Brietzke, Chicagoland Neuropsychology, LLC, Oak Park

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