On Demand Audio

Plaintiff's Personal Injury Practice in Georgia

Produced on July 30, 2020

Taught by
$ 89 Litigation In Stock
Get started now

$299 / year - Access to this Course and 1,500+ Lawline courses

or

Course Information

Time 64 minutes
Difficulty Beginner
Categories Litigation

Course Description

Presented by Titus T. Nichols, this program will review the steps needed to begin a plaintiff-side personal injury case in Georgia, from client intake to sending a demand letter. 

This program will benefit attorneys who have just started representing injured persons and are looking to expand their knowledge base or attorneys who are interested in making the jump to the Plaintiff’s side of personal injury and want to learn the nuts and bolts. 



Learning Objectives:

  1. Review the documents you will need to go over with your client to properly begin your representation
  2. Investigate your case at the beginning and what documents you need to gather
  3. Analyze the legal requirements for medical authorizations and what fees are appropriate to charge to gather records
  4. Include the information you need in a demand letter
  5. Follow the crucial steps for a proper Holt time-limited demand 

Credit Information

After completing this course, Lawline will report your attendance information to {{ accredMasterState.state.name }}. Please ensure your license number is filled out in your profile to ensure timely reporting. For more information, see our {{ accredMasterState.state.name }} CLE Requirements page . After completing this course, {{ accredMasterState.state.name }} attorneys self-report their attendance and CLE compliance. For more information on how to report your CLE courses, see our {{ accredMasterState.state.name }} CLE Requirements FAQ .

Faculty

Titus T. Nichols

The University of Georgia School of Law

Titus T. Nichols is the owner and managing partner of Nichols Law, where he represents individuals who have sustained catastrophic injuries due to motor vehicle wrecks and unsafe premises. He also advises businesses and individuals on data privacy and cybersecurity matters. After graduating from Morehouse College in 2006 and the UGA School of Law in 2009, he clerked for the Honorable Robert Jenkins of the 13th Judicial Circuit in Greenville, South Carolina. He went on to serve as an assistant district attorney in Augusta, Georgia, before going into private practice with the firm of Bell & Brigham. Nichols has previously served as an adjunct professor at Augusta University and Furman University. He also serves in the U.S. Army as a judge advocate general for the Georgia Army National Guard.