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SOURCE: Power Liens
The publication is distributed by CAALA, the second largest organization of plaintiff attorneys in the US.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
The Consumer Attorney's Association of Los Angeles (CAALA) publishes a monthly periodical called Advocate that features a number of articles on pressing issues for plaintiff attorneys. The March issue features a spread on PowerLiens.com, the largest directory of physicians working on liens.
The March issue of the Advocate is focused on the use of damages and experts. It features a number of articles including one on how experts are not just for trials and how they can be used for MSJ oppositions and to prepare for depositions and mediation. Another article in the issue is about what to expect when the defense contests damages, explaining to be prepared for canned arguments and reliance on averages. The next article is on designating effective experts to prove emotional injuries, which can be very valuable at trial. The following article is on general damages in negligence actions by Hon. Rita Miller. After that, there is an article on finding hard proof in pain and suffering, which discusses how investigating medical records can reveal evidence of the "fifth vital sign". Next comes an article on California's new seven-hour deposition statute, designed to prevent abuses in depositions. On page 82, there is an article that teaches how to maintain cost control while making effective use of experts. There is also an article on asking the jury for pain and suffering damages, including PTSD, which can be especially challenging. Finally, the last article is called "Hay! You better not hurt man's best friend", and is about suing for emotional damages.
Power Liens has become a go-to resource for attorneys and their staffs in California, Florida, Arizona, and Illinois. Currently, the directory lists over 3,000 doctors, of over 20 different specialties, all working on personal injury liens. The directory is free to use for attorneys and does not need a log in or sign up. Power Liens also does not get in the middle of cases, they allow attorneys or their clients to connect directly with the doctors on liens and build relationships with them. Power Liens also features a number a doctors that are recognized for their superior knowledge and expertise in the world of personal injury. They are known as "Preferred Providers".
The Advocate magazine is distributed to over 3,000 attorneys and paralegals across California (but generally in Southern California).
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