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About the Book
When initial settlement negotiations fail, claimants have two alternatives that summon their primeval instincts: fight or flight. The former involves pursuing a lawsuit; the latter involves abandoning damages claims.
A Claimant's Guide to Understanding and Presenting Injury Damages, aims to guide people who (a) legitimately acquired injuries through little or no fault of their own, (b) seek fair compensation for acquired disabling problems, and (c) are pursuing litigation with concomitant damages claims.
Context about truth-finding;
Managing expectations, having patience, and assessing damages;
Evolution of a claim and the parties who analyze it; and
Strategies lawyers can employ for ultimate resolution.