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Anatomy of a Medical Negligence Case

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Date Published

June 13, 2018


San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association


Medical Negligence


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In this CLE, hear from the speakers on how they select, reject and initiate medical malpractice cases. They will cover what they look for in a case, initial investigation, statute of limitations cost control and document control. They will provide sample 364 letters, sample rejection letters, sample complaints and discovery request.

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Markus B. Willoughby

Markus Willoughby is the principal at Willoughby Brod LLP Markus concentrates his law practice on the prosecution of medical... Read More

Francesca Bannerman

Francesca Bannerman: of Emmison Hullverson, is an advocate for those who have suffered a traumatic, life-changing injury or... Read More

Mark J. Zanobini

Mark J. Zanobini, born in San Francisco, was admitted to the California bar in 1985, the Texas bar in 1991, and the District... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Anatomy of a Medical Negligence Case - Video
Anatomy of a Medical Negligence Case - Paper
Anatomy of a Medical Negligence Case - Exhibits
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