Who Will Speak for the Victim? A Practical Treatise on Plaintiff’s Jury Argument
Every trial lawyer will be entertained and enlightened by Who Will Speak for the Victim? A Practical Treatise on Plaintiff’s Jury Argument. Chapters address methods of arguing liability and damages in various types of personal injury cases, emphasizing effective approaches to relating the evidence and argument to the specific questions the jury must answer. Written by a personal injury plaintiff’s lawyer from that perspective, defense counsel and lawyers engaged in business, corporate, and family law litigation will find that many of the concepts and principles this book discusses apply equally to their diverse specialties.