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Illinois Litigation Highlights

Each month we deliver some highlights from our exhaustive database of verdicts, settlements, trends and other statistics. Illinois Litigation Highlights (a free e-newsletter) is meant to give you a quick glimpse of the major verdicts and settlements with some analysis across categories. We’ll include tips for searching verdicts and settlements online as well as opportunities to participate in one of our research training sessions. Click here for past issues and for more information.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Primer

This unique primer is designed to assist lawyers in understanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), highlighting the current criteria for diagnosis and the controversies that surround them. Crisply written by a distinguished physician, this publication includes several helpful charts and illustrations, plus an extensive bibliography reflecting the diversity of medical thought regarding this complicated medical condition. The analysis is supplemented by reprints of selected cases that were published in Wisconsin Verdicts & Settlements or the Illinois Jury Verdict Reporter. Get the medical knowledge that you need now, plus a handle on how juries have valued these injuries. To order this publication, contact us.

"Daubert" and Its Progeny

"Daubert" and Its Progeny is an insightful examination of four U.S. Supreme Court decisions and their impact on the admissibility of expert testimony. This 45-page monograph provides cogent analysis of the critical language and brings clarity to the fundamental factors that can make or break your case!

Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia Syndromes

Attorney-written in consultation with medical experts, this primer is a straight-forward, readable examination of these two often-misunderstood soft-tissue diagnoses. The analysis is supplemented by an extensive "working attorney's bibliography" of medical literature, as will as reprints of selected jury verdicts and settlements. This publication is available in both Illinois and Wisconsin editions.

Proving Conscious Pain, Suffering

Jury Verdict Reporter's newest primer is designed to enhance the trial lawyer's understanding of pain and suffering, enabling him or her to build convincing cases for the award of non-economic damages. Thought-provoking analysis, written by nationally-known legal nurse consultant Lorna Morelli-Loftin demonstrates:

  • How medical science has authenticated the deleterious effects of pain and suffering.
  • How to identify and use established medical standards of care regarding pain and suffering.
  • How to translate evidence of pain and suffering found in the medical record into compelling arguments for awards.
The analysis is supplemented by the author's unique "Pain and Suffering Checklist" which guides you through the medical records, plus reprints of selected jury verdicts and negotiated settlements.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Primer - Illinois Edition $ 39.95 Subscribe
Daubert and Its Progeny $ 39.95 Subscribe
Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia Syndromes - Illinois Edition $ 39.95 Subscribe
Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia Syndromes - Wisconsin Edition $ 39.95 Subscribe
Proving Conscious Pain & Suffering $ 49.95 Subscribe
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