The Lawyer's Guide to Elder Injury and Accident Compensation

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American Bar Association, 2004 - Law - 276 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Overview of Elder Injuries
7
Emotions Economics and Elder Accidents
13
What Are the Problems in Identifying Facts About Elder Injuries?
17
The Lawyers Role in Reducing EldersAccidents
27
SafetyRelated Standards
31
Counseling the Elder Accident Victim
39
Preparing the Elderly Client as Plaintiff
63
Evaluating Injuries Abuse Neglect and Fraud Offenses
155
Evaluating Injuries Nutritional Supplements
171
Evaluating Injuries Consumer Products
179
Evaluating Injuries Home Institution and Building Safety
205
Nursing Home Responsibility for Injury
213
Evaluating Injuries Medical Malpractice Issues
227
Conclusion
257
Appendixes
259

Evaluating Injuries Motor Vehicles and Pedestrians
77
Evaluating Injuries MedicineRelated Harm
87
Falls and Their Legal Consequences
113
Evaluating Injuries Medical Devices
139
Table of Cases
263
Index
271
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