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Medical Malpractice 2022 Edition (COMING SOON)

PRE-ORDER Comprehensive resource for attorneys on either side of a malpractice case
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PRE-ORDER

Drawing from the experience of both plaintiff and defense attorneys, this revised edition comprehensively details the elements necessary to argue effectively a medical malpractice, no matter which side you represent. Practitioners will find within updated information regarding medical records, damages, liens, and nursing home negligence, as well as discussions of ethical considerations, statutes, Supreme Court Rules, research methodology and resources, review methodology and resources, forms, exhibits, and practice tips. Also included are editable forms such as 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 and Jeffrey A. Schulkin, Goldberg & Schulkin Law Offices, PC,and J. Kent Mathewson and Scott J. Kater, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Medical Records: Tangible Evidence and Bills
Robert B. Patterson, Law Offices of Robert B. Patterson, Ltd., 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 Samantha M. D’Anna, 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., Michael T. Trucco, Stamos & Trucco LLP, and Katie B. Trucco, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

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

Chapter 7 — Proximate Cause
Kenneth T. Lumb, Corboy & Demetrio, and Thomas R. Hill and Kevin M. Fleming, Smith Blake Hill LLC, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Damages in Medical Malpractice
Christian D. Biswell and Alyssa L. Haaker, 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, Wise Morrissey Kaveny LLC, andRobert L. Nora and Jeffrey R. Hanes, Nora & Partners, LLP, Chicago

Chapter 11 — Expert Discovery
Emily J. Galligan and Tyler Robinson, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria

Chapter 12 — Trial
Renee L. Monfort and Mark R. Benfield, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Champaign, and Keith A. Hebeisen and Sarah F. King, 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, Bloomington

Chapter 14 — Liens
Chelsea L. Caldwell, HeplerBroom LLC, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Ancillary Concerns
LaDonna L. Boeckman, HeplerBroom LLC, 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
Daniel P. Kramer, Paige A. Krueger, and Ryan M. Slovis, Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP, Chicago

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

Chapter 19 — Mediation in Medical Malpractice Cases
J. Kent Mathewson and Scott J. Kater, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

Chapter 20 — Reporting Requirements in Settlements
Lauren F. Crissie and Nora E. Bialk, HeplerBroom LLC, Chicago


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      PRE-ORDER

      Drawing from the experience of both plaintiff and defense attorneys, this revised edition comprehensively details the elements necessary to argue effectively a medical malpractice, no matter which side you represent. Practitioners will find within updated information regarding medical records, damages, liens, and nursing home negligence, as well as discussions of ethical considerations, statutes, Supreme Court Rules, research methodology and resources, review methodology and resources, forms, exhibits, and practice tips. Also included are editable forms such as 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 and Jeffrey A. Schulkin, Goldberg & Schulkin Law Offices, PC,and J. Kent Mathewson and Scott J. Kater, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 2 — Medical Records: Tangible Evidence and Bills
      Robert B. Patterson, Law Offices of Robert B. Patterson, Ltd., 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 Samantha M. D’Anna, 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., Michael T. Trucco, Stamos & Trucco LLP, and Katie B. Trucco, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

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

      Chapter 7 — Proximate Cause
      Kenneth T. Lumb, Corboy & Demetrio, and Thomas R. Hill and Kevin M. Fleming, Smith Blake Hill LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 8 — Damages in Medical Malpractice
      Christian D. Biswell and Alyssa L. Haaker, 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, Wise Morrissey Kaveny LLC, andRobert L. Nora and Jeffrey R. Hanes, Nora & Partners, LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 11 — Expert Discovery
      Emily J. Galligan and Tyler Robinson, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria

      Chapter 12 — Trial
      Renee L. Monfort and Mark R. Benfield, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Champaign, and Keith A. Hebeisen and Sarah F. King, 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, Bloomington

      Chapter 14 — Liens
      Chelsea L. Caldwell, HeplerBroom LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 15 — Ancillary Concerns
      LaDonna L. Boeckman, HeplerBroom LLC, 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
      Daniel P. Kramer, Paige A. Krueger, and Ryan M. Slovis, Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP, Chicago

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

      Chapter 19 — Mediation in Medical Malpractice Cases
      J. Kent Mathewson and Scott J. Kater, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 20 — Reporting Requirements in Settlements
      Lauren F. Crissie and Nora E. Bialk, HeplerBroom LLC, Chicago


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