Indiana CLE - Personal Injury Courses

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  • Tell it Straight, Keep it Straight, Drink it Straight - Practicing Ethics in the Personal Injury Practice

    This informative CLE course will address the application of ABA Model Rules 1.4, 1.7, 1.8 and 1.15 in personal injury law. The course will emphasize clear communication with clients, the importance of safeguarding client information and property and managing conflicts of interest. Tips and strategies for effectively balancing these ethical responsibilities, particularly in scenarios that involve complex relationships between drivers and passengers, and how to manage insurance settlem... More Info

    1Ethics Credit
  • Pitfalls In The SSA Disability Process: What They Are and How to Avoid Them

    Navigating the Social Security Disability process provides a unique opportunity for your client to articulate their narrative in the pursuit of disability benefits. Despite the potential for this journey to be disorderly, exasperating, and occasionally unexpected, this CLE course equips you with practical insights to effectively manage challenges that may arise. Explore strategies for addressing instances where clients inadvertently compromise their case through statements in medical r... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Some Lessons From The Gwyneth Paltrow Ski Collision Case

    A trial about a ski accident would not normally make the news, but when one party is Gwyneth Paltrow, every minute of the trial is cause for a media frenzy. At the end of March, 2023, the case of Gwyneth Paltrow v Terry Sanderson went to trial to determine who was at fault in a ski crash at Deer Valley ski resort in Utah. The case seemed to be a simple incident of a collision course on a ski slope in which Mr. Sanderson alleged that Ms. Paltrow skied into his back, knocking him down,... More Info

    1General Credit
  • PFAS: The Forever Chemicals

    PFA’s were developed in the 1950’s for use as waterproofing materials, fire-suppression chemicals, non-stick coating, and other products. Technically known as Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances, these have now been found in both food and water supplies around the world and have been linked to a variety of cancers as well as non-cancerous illnesses. This CLE course will explain these substances and the new federal and state regulations that have been enacted. The course will review the... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Negotiating the Serious and Catastrophic Injury Case

    This CLE course, presented by highly experienced trial and litigation specialists, will address the negotiation and preparation for catastrophic injury cases. The cases presented will require sophisticated, organized preparation and must address essential questions such as how to utilize medical personnel who worked on the case, their purpose in negotiating the case and the other experts needed to address the damages claim. The course will also present negotiations for future d... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • How to Find the “Smoking Gun” to Win Your Case

    Even the most complex cases have that one detail, the “smoking gun” that will tip the case to a win. This CLE course will explain how to find that detail and use it to your client’s advantage. Using tried and true tips and strategies to discover what will make the difference between a resounding win and a loss, the course will focus on examples from the presenter’s trip and fall and slip and fall premises cases, auto collisions, staircase accidents, med mal and product liability cases,... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Negotiating and Settling Tort Cases: Reaching a Solution

    Civil injury and insurance cases can be complicated to negotiate. This CLE course, presented by highly experienced settlement attorneys and negotiators, will outline the 10 most crucial points for successful negotiations. They will also explain the main reasons why settlements aren’t reached. Presenters will conclude with tips and strategies for improving your negotiating skills, and when and how to begin the process. More Info

    1.6General Credits
  • Social Security Disability 101: What Attorneys Need to Know From Beginning to End

    Social Security Disability Practice contains within it a complex web of processes, challenges and analysis in order to successfully secure benefits for disabled individuals. This CLE course will present a comprehensive overview of the area, including an in-depth examination of the process, the various issues that may arise and how to present effective solutions. The course will offer critical insights into managing the complexities of Social Security Disability, and providing the skill... More Info

    1General Credit
  • The Interplay Between Working and SSA Disability

    How does the Social Security Disability Program resolve benefit eligibility with those who continue to work? Can you retain your benefits even if you continue working? Presented by Freddie Effinger, attorney and owner of Effinger Law, LLC and practitioner with over 13 years’ experience in disability law work, this CLE course explains these issues as well as the “Ticket to Work” program and its impact on those who seek to test their ability to work without losing their disability benef... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • A Basic Overview of Tennessee Workers' Compensation Law

    Offering a comprehensive overview of the Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Act, this informative CLE course will help attorneys navigate the many complexities of filing a worker’s compensation claim in the Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and the Tennessee Court of Workers’ Compensation. The course will present information relevant to applicable affirmative defenses as well as how to determine the eventual outcome of a case that is brought before the Tennessee Court of Workers’... More Info

    2General Credits
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