Personal Injury Practitioner Books

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JDforme19
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Personal Injury Practitioner Books

Postby JDforme19 » Thu Aug 15, 2013 4:05 pm

Hey all,

Anyone know any good (and affordable) personal injury law books geared toward practitioners? Thanks!

mness
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Re: Personal Injury Practitioner Books

Postby mness » Thu Aug 22, 2013 10:19 pm

Bump as I am curious as well.

Cyne
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Re: Personal Injury Practitioner Books

Postby Cyne » Fri Aug 23, 2013 12:24 pm

You may want to submit this question to the folks over at JDU. They are mainly practitioners who could point you towards useful materials.

Personally I am not sure if a book would be the way to go. Each court/jurisdiction is different. Most PI attorneys I've spoken to avoid the federal courts like the plague (at least in my area).

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Re: Personal Injury Practitioner Books

Postby dannynoonan87 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 11:55 pm

Cyne wrote:You may want to submit this question to the folks over at JDU. They are mainly practitioners who could point you towards useful materials.

Personally I am not sure if a book would be the way to go. Each court/jurisdiction is different. Most PI attorneys I've spoken to avoid the federal courts like the plague (at least in my area).


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They're state specific. For example, a friend has one on car accidents in Pennsylvania.




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