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Auto Accident Case Analysis – Week One: Intake, Investigation, and Pre-Litigation

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120 minutes
Date Published

September 10, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Auto Accidents

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Summary

Week one of this four-part auto accident series will cover the important details to look for during intake, investigation, and the pre-litigation stages of auto accident cases. Siannah and Owili will discuss what information, evidence, and witnesses are crucial to assemble and gather during the intake/investigation stage, the pre-litigation stage, and discuss when it is appropriate to file a lawsuit in auto accident cases.

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Presenters

Oscar Rene Gutierrez

Oscar Rene Gutierrez practices law as a trial attorney with his father, Oscar H. Gutierrez, in the Highland Park neighborhood... Read More

Siannah Collado Boutté

Siannah Collado Boutté joined SLG in 2016 and opened SC Law in 2019. She has tried 15 cases to verdict resulting in 6 to 8... Read More

Owili Eison

Owili Eison is a Los Angeles based personal injury attorney that focuses on cases involving catastrophic injury litigation.... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Auto Accident Case Analysis – Week One: Intake, Investigation, and Pre-Litigation
Auto Accident Case Analysis – Week One: Intake, Investigation, and Pre-Litigation - Paper
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