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Researching cases can be complicated but LexisNexis trained me well. We spent hour practicing on all type of case and changing parameters for different cases.

There are several ways to research injuries and cause of accidents. For example, if you request information about your type of accident I will need a detailed police report to establish the type of accident and the cause of the impact. To do a profession search, that will reveal all the difficult issues in your case, I need the police report and your explanation of the accident. You will speed up the process for your results if I have both in my possession.

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In my opinion, if you are still working direct with the insurance company, provide them with a LexisNexis list of cases like yours. Try to establish a fair evaluation of your case. I can help you with valuation but no legal questions.

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Lexis Research: What It's Worth

Christopher Price v. Unisea, Inc; What's It Worth? § 17.02 (2013 ed.)
3AN-07-8143 CI
01/01/2010

CHAPTER 17. HIP Injuries > SECTION 17.02. Adequate

Sample research for Bodily Injury section in Lexis Research “What’s it worth” for State of Alaska. Could be any state or any type of injury.

 

Topic: HIP Injuries. The plaintiff slipped on ice while working as an inspector at a fish processing facility

Award: $ 1,154,896

Injury: Back and hip injuries

State: Alaska

County: Anchorage Co.

Judge: William F. Morse

Plaintiff Profile
Male inspector

Plaintiff Counsel
Marc June, Law Office of Marc June, Anchorage, AK

Defendant Counsel
Craig S. Howard, Anchorage, AK

Case Summary

The verdict was reduced 25% for contributory negligence. The award included $ 68,995 for past medical expenses, $ 150,000 for future medical expenses, $ 135,558 for past wages, $ 550,343 for future wages, and $ 250,000 for general damages

Reference: 2011 AK Jury Verdicts & Sett. LEXIS 1 (Dec. 6, 2010)

Plaintiff Expert(s)
Brian Gannon, safety, Lakeside MT, Francis Gallela, economist, Anchorage, AK for the plaintiff

Defendant Expert(s)
Dr. Matthew Provencher, orthopedic surgeon, San Diego CA, Elizabeth Dowler Ph.D., vocational rehabilitation, Anchorage, AK for the defendant

© Copyright © 2013, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group. What's It Worth? 2013 Edition

 

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