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Medical Malpractice Law in Virginia, 4th Ed

Publication Year: 2017
Practice Area: Torts/Workers Compensation Law

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Description:

Medical Malpractice Law in Virginia is a “how to” guide to assist lawyers in the factual complexities and legal intricacies of medical malpractice litigation. Authored by some of the most experienced and highly regarded medical malpractice attorneys, it is the only book focused exclusively on the topic in Virginia. Even the most seasoned medical malpractice attorneys will find it useful.

The information is presented in a “chronological” format that takes readers through the sequence of events that constitute a malpractice claim, offering the perspectives of both attorneys for plaintiffs and attorneys for defendants. It includes statutory and case law authority, as well as recommendations regarding the use of discovery, experts, and medical records.

Editors:
Malcolm P. McConnell III, Allen Allen Allen & Allen, P.C, Richmond.
 
Malcolm P. McConnell III, editor of this handbook, practices with Allen Allen Allen & Allen, P.C. in Richmond, where he represents plaintiffs in medical malpractice litigation. He has been a medical malpractice trial lawyer since 1987 and is board-certified in medical malpractice litigation by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys, an ABA-accredited organization. He also serves on the Board of Governors of the ABPLA. He has been named repeatedly to Best Lawyers in America and to Virginia’s “Super Lawyers.” He has also received Martindale-Hubbell’s highest AV ranking. Mr. McConnell is active in the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, is Chair of the Medical Malpractice Legislative Subcommittee, and a member of VTLA’s Board of Governors. He has written successful “friend of the court” briefs for the Virginia Supreme Court and often lectures to lawyers around Virginia on the courtroom techniques of the successful trial lawyer. He lobbies the Virginia General Assembly on behalf of the victims of medical negligence and is a frequent speaker to lawyer and physician groups on topics of medical malpractice law, the law of evidence, and use of advanced technology in the courtroom. He received his B.A. from the University of Richmond in 1984 and his J.D. from the University of Richmond in 1987.

Authors:
Rodney K. Adams, Angela Boice Axselle, Lisa D. Barnett, Samuel T. Bernier, Taylor Denslow Brewer, Sean P. Byrne, Robert F. Donnelly, Humes J. Tripp Franklin, T. Daniel Frith, Anne M. Glenn, Stephanie E. Grana, Robert J. Haddad, Charles F. Hilton, Anisa P. Kelley, Kathleen M. McCauley, Elizabeth Guilbert Perrow, Anthony Tony Marc Russell, Mary Elizabeth Sherwin, Thomas G. Smith, Ashley Hart Waterbury, Thomas W. Williamson, Carlyle R. Wimbish

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Title and Copyright
 Chapters and Authors
 Editor and Author Biographies
 Acknowledgments
 Preface
 Electronic Forms: Instructions and Table
Chapter 1 - Statutes and Rules
Chapter 2 - Theories of Recovery and Defenses
Chapter 3 - Interviewing the Client
Chapter 4 - Investigating the Factual Background
Chapter 5 - Expert Review
Chapter 6 - Written Discovery
Chapter 7 - Depositions
Chapter 8 - Negotiation and Settlement
Chapter 9 - Trial
 Table of Authorities
 Index