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83 minutes
Date Published

January 8, 2021

Publisher

New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers

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Summary

Join Academy Past President and the host of The Mentor Esq. podcast, Andrew Smiley, for Part 1 in our new "How to Successfully Litigate a Personal Injury Case" Series. Andrew will share his top tips and best practices, starting with the initial client meeting, through investigating and getting ready to draft the Complaint.

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Presenters

Andrew Smiley, Esq.

Smiley & Smiley

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

How to Successfully Litigate a Personal Injury Case Series - Part 1 - Video
How to Successfully Litigate a Personal Injury Case Series - Part 1 - Paper
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