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Damages in Medical Negligence Cases
Published by Consumer Attorneys of San Diego and Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys

Whether you practice in a state that has special laws limiting the available damages in cases of medical negligence or whether you practice in a state that contains no such limits, identifying and persuasively proving recoverable items of economic harm is crucial. In this webinar, Mr. Chivinski will detail a step-by-step approach to maximizing your client's recoverable damages in a medical negligence case through: 1) diligent vetting of the potential case, 2) evaluating the applicable statutory scheme and exceptions, 3) retention of the appropriate damages experts and, 4) advocating for a maximum recovery at trial.

Andrew Chivinski
Andrew Chivinski defended medical malpractice and elder abuse cases in California for 10 years before starting his plaintiff practice in 2015. Despite unfavorable laws limiting damages to victims of medical malpractice in California, he has recovered several million dollars for his clients and has successfully tried multiple cases to verdict. Mr. Chivinski recently joined Kenneth M. Sigelman & Associates, where he exclusively represents catastrophic injury victims in matters of medical...More
Program Agenda
5 Minutes - Introduction
60 Minutes - Presentation
10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

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