|Production Date:||November 21, 2012|
|Practice Areas:||Health Care Law, Litigation & Appeals|
Returning faculty member Gerald Oginski presents an updated program about Medical Malpractice Litigation for the non-personal injury attorney. Attorney Oginski explains how an attorney should respond to different medical malpractice situations. Whether you are counsel for the defendant or plaintiff, attorneys need to know how to use all the legal strategies at their disposal to best represent a client. Attorneys must be ready to respond to any facts regardless of their practice area. Mr. Oginski focuses on all aspects of medical malpractice litigation including effective evaluation of potential case, the evaluation of a client, and the referral of a case.
I. How to Evaluate a Client and a Case
II. Understand The Statute of Limitations
III. Know Vicarious Liability
V. Referring the Case
VI. Understanding Informed Consent
James (New York, NY)
Outstanding. Clear and informative.
Julio (Flushing, NY)
Deborah (Syosset, NY)
Mark (New York, NY)
Great Discussion, loved all the "for instances" given.
kenneth (new york, NY)
speaker was excellent !
Carolyn (Forest Hills, NY)
Herzl (Brooklyn, NY)
One of the best I have viewed.
Judith (Sag Harbor, NY)
One of the best courses I've taken. The speaker was excellent!
Price: $59.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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