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How To Work Up And Present Non-Economic Damage Only Case

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Date Published

August 18, 2020


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Non-Economic Damages


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Debbie Chang and Arash Homampour will walk you through a non-economic damages only case from what evidence they look for, to how they get it admitted to evidence, to finally how they argue to a jury.

This webinar is sponsored by the Valdez Team: The Valdez Team works with clients primarily in San Diego, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Nevada - with additional clients around the nation. Our team focuses on settlement planning & producing Structured Settlements for personal injury, medical malpractice, elder abuse, workers' compensation, product liability, mass torts, and construction defect cases.

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Deborah S. Chang

Deborah Chang is a trial lawyer, the founder of Athea Trial Lawyers LLP, and is also a partner with Chang | Klein LLP in Los... Read More

Arash Homampour

Arash Homampour is a trial attorney that represents individuals in catastrophic injury/wrongful death, employment and... Read More

Taylor Rayfield
Greene Broillet & Wheeler

Taylor Rayfield is a trial lawyer for Greene Broillet Wheeler, LLP who has helped obtain many verdicts and settlements for... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

How To Work Up And Present Non-Economic Damage Only Case
How To Work Up And Present Non-Economic Damage Only Case - Materials
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