Anatomy, Diagnostic Testing and Medical Experts: Winning Strategies for Plaintiff’s Direct and Cross-Examination


Three reasons to register:

1. Discover medical knowledge that will leverage your direct and cross examination tactics of medical experts.
This is a must-attend webinar for every attorney who practices in plaintiff's personal injury and workers' compensation litigation. Brandon Swartz, a founding partner at Swartz Culleton, will walk you through the essentials of anatomy and medical diagnostic testing for lawyers. Mr. Swartz will then teach you how to maximize this medical knowledge to craft and perform plaintiff's direct and cross-examinations of medical experts.

2. Anatomy, Diagnostic Testing and MedicalExperts:  Winning Strategies for Plaintiff’s Direct and Cross-Examination
Brandon Swartz is a founding partner of Swartz Culleton, PC. Mr. Swartz's legal career has been highlighted by several outstanding results including a $12.5 million jury verdict obtained on behalf of a man injured in an industrial work accident; a $3 million settlement in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on behalf of a child who was born prematurely; a $6.5 million settlement in Philadelphia County for a plaintiff injured by a defectively designed trash truck; and many more multimillion dollar settlements. Mr. Swartz has also obtained numerous favorable awards and settlements representing hundreds of injured workers' compensation claimants in the Greater Philadelphia region.

3. Ask questions. Network with your colleagues. All while receiving CLE credit.

**This program provides up to 2 hours of participatory CLE credit. Approved in IL, NJ, NY, PA and TX. Approval pending in CA, CO, GA, NC, NV, OR, TN and VA. Self-study credit is also available for AK, AZ, ME, MO and ND. Credit is available in VA for On Demand Access only. For more information contact Vikas Sathyaprakash at vsathyaprakash@alm.com.

Vikas Sathyaprakash
Phone: 212-457-9525

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