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Sexual Abuse Case Analysis – Part 3: Damages

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120 minutes
Date Published

October 22, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Sexual Abuse Cases

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Summary

A critical piece of any sexual abuse case is illustrating the impact of the abuse on the survivor through the use of evidence, testimony and experts. This seminar will cover the available damages in sexual abuse cases- including the available statutory, non-economic, economic and punitive damages. As well as how to present your client’s damages through demonstrative evidence, illustrations and strategic use of witnesses and experts.

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Presenters

Natalie Weatherford

Natalie Weatherford is an attorney with Taylor & Ring in Los Angeles where she represents plaintiffs in personal injury and... Read More

Carly L. Sanchez

Carly L. Sanchez is a trial attorney at Booth Law in Torrance, California, where she focuses on catastrophic injury and... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Sexual Abuse Case Analysis – Part 3: Damages
Sexual Abuse Case Analysis – Part 3: Damages - Paper
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