Auto Injuries: Advanced Plaintiff Strategies

$195.00

Re-Broadcast on December 4, 2017

This program will provide the participant with an advanced overview of handling automobile torts, from the plaintiff’s perspective, from start to finish. The program will provide tips when first meeting with potential clients, and it will discuss negotiation techniques that may be used with insurance companies. The course will also include tips for maximizing damages and coordinating liens or subrogation interests. The webinar will also provide tips for litigating the case, the use of discovery, utilizing experts, and trying the matter. The course will also discuss alternatives to trial, such as mediation and arbitration. Lastly, the course will touch on ethical issues facing lawyers who handle automobile accident cases.

This course is co-sponsored by the Federal Bar Association.

Key topics to be discussed:

•  Initial client meeting
•  Negotiations with insurance companies
•  Filing the lawsuit
•  Litigation – discovery, experts, and evidence
•  Ethical considerations

Date / Time: December 4, 2017

•  2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Eastern
•  1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Central
•  12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mountain
•  11:00 am – 1:00 pm Pacific

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Re-Broadcast on December 4, 2017

Steven B. Vinick, Esq. has been in practice for 25 years in Maryland and the District of Columbia. He has been a Maryland and District of Columbia Super Lawyer from 2012-1017. Mr. Vinick was awarded the Maryland Association for Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2011. He is also a life member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Mult-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

Mr. Vinick has tried numerous cases in Maryland which resulted in multi-million dollar verdicts. In the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland, Mr. Vinick obtained a $2.5 million dollar verdict on behalf a woman whose feet were burned by a home health aide. In the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, he obtained an $11.5 million dollar verdict for a client whose husband was shot and killed by police officers. In the same court a few years earlier, Mr. Vinick obtained a $6 million verdict in a civil rights lawsuit which exonerated a man wrongly accused of raping and killing his estranged wife. This case was upheld on appeal. In the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, he obtained a $3 million dollar verdict for a case involving a birth trauma. Mr. Vinick has settled more than thirty multi-million dollar civil cases for a variety of medical malpractice and personal injury matters. It is worth noting that Mr. Vinick has tried cases in Federal courts in both Washington, D.C., and Maryland, the District of Columbia Superior Court, and courthouses all over the State of Maryland.

Mr. Vinick is also active with his local bar association. He presently serves on the Prince George’s County Bar Association’s Board of Directors, and was selected to serve on the Judicial Nominations Committee of the Prince George’s County Bar Association.

Mr. Vinick also regularly gives seminars and presents programs for the Maryland State Bar Association and the National Business Institute. The topics on which he has spoken include: Deposition Skills, Plaintiff’s Personal Injury from Start to Finish, Handling the Auto Injury Claim, Managing Liens and Subrogation, Medicare, Ethics, Ethics of Electronically Stored Information, The Affordable Care Act’s Impact on Medical Malpractice Damages, Applying the Rules of Evidence, The Effects of Bias and Its Elimination, Legal Ethics: Confidentiality and Third Parties, Search and Seizure, Smartphone and Text Technology, Closing Arguments and Using Expert Reports.

Mr. Vinick clerked for the Honorable L. Leonard Ruben of the Montgomery County Circuit Court from 1992-1993. After practicing insurance defense for two years, he joined Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, P.A. in 1995, where he presently practices. As a principal in their Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Civil Litigation, and Criminal Defense practice groups, he has 25 years of experience in representing clients in matters including medical malpractice, automobile accidents, trucking accidents, civil rights, employment discrimination, and both misdemeanor and felony criminal offenses. Over the course of his career, Mr. Vinick has earned a reputation as a skilled litigator and highly effective courtroom advocate.

After graduating in 1988 from the University of Maryland at College Park with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, magna cum laude, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa as a junior, Mr. Vinick attended the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he earned his J.D. and graduated cum laude in 1991.

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Section I. Case Intake

Section II. Pre-Suit: Procedures and Investigations

Section III. Working with Insurance Companies and Negotiation Techniques

Section IV. Filing the Lawsuit

Section V. Initial Discovery and Experts

Section VI. Damages and Liens

Section VII. Litigation: Trial, Mediation and Arbitration

Section VIII. Ethical Issues Frequently Encountered