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Bad Faith in Personal Injury Cases
Published by Consumer Attorneys of California and Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys



Summary
The key to a successful personal injury case is being able to prove liability against a defendant, justifying the harms and losses that your client suffers and establishing that there is sufficient money to fairly compensate your client for her damages. So what do we do when the defendant has no assets and there is insufficient insurance coverage to fully compensate your client? Turn your personal injury case into a bad faith case! Here are the ways a bad faith case can occur in a personal injury case and here are the steps you need to follow to make sure you have properly laid the groundwork for a bad faith case to ensure that your injured client has the best chance for a full and fair recovery.

Presenters
Craig M. Peters
Craig M. Peters is the team leader of the Peters Trial Team. Our team handles complex and catastrophic cases involving severe injury or death. We have experience dealing with product defects, dangerous property conditions, vehicle and machine accidents, and professional negligence. The Peters Trial Team has a record of success in cases tried to verdict.

We are proud to fight for justice on behalf of our clients and honored to be able to help them through a difficult time in their...More

Program Agenda
5 Minutes - Introduction
60 Minutes - Presentation
10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

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