Worker Injury Third Party Cases: Recognizing and Proving Liability

Worker Injury Third Party Cases: Recognizing and Proving Liability

Vincent A. Gallagher
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  • Paperback: 340 pages
  • Publisher: Bernan Press (June 22, 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 1598889087
  • EAN: 9781598889086
  • Item Dimensions: 5.9 x 1.0 x 9.0 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds

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Worker Injury Third Party Cases: Recognizing and Proving Liability is a practical resource that helps lawyers and others identify viable third party theories of liability in worker injury cases. It helps attorneys make what is perhaps their most important economic decision – knowing when to accept and when to reject a new case. This book provides information to help both plaintiff and defense attorneys recognize the strengths and weaknesses of their case. It aims to reinforce the notion that litigation is truly a search for truth and justice.

Part I provides an understanding of what should be done to implement the overall job site safety program. Parts II and III aid in identifying and preparing injury cases related to construction and premise cases Part IV should be helpful in products cases. Part V includes chapters of general interest. Many chapters include lists of questions which can be used in deposition or cross examination of defendants and experts. It serves as a practical resource for all parties in a wide variety of worker injury cases.
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