Critical Evaluation Factors For 17 Types Of Injury Cases

Our booklet, Critical Evaluation Factors for 17 Types of Injury Cases, explains what insurers, attorneys and, ultimately, jurors will consider in evaluating the following cases:

Vehicle Accidents

  • Rear-end collisions
  • Intersection accidents
  • Parked or disabled vehicles
  • Auto v. pedestrian
  • Auto v. bicycle
  • Truck accidents

Premises Liability

  • Slips and falls
  • Stairway falls
  • Falling objects
  • Animal-attack cases
  • Inadequate security

Government Entities

  • Claims against a public entity
  • Police misconduct

Other Cases

  • Children and minors
  • Food poisoning
  • Intentional torts
  • Nursing homes