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Recovery for Wrongful Death and Injury Economic Handbook, 4th

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Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 1998-2020
Service #: 13516865
Sub #: 13516864
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pages

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Recovery for Wrongful Death and Injury Economic Handbook, 4th

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This edition of Recovery for Wrongful Death and Injury Economic Handbook offers expanded coverage of income-threatening personal injuries. It features in-depth discussion of: the data required for an appraisal of loss; where to get data; what is contained in a competent appraisal; how to obtain a reasonable estimate of loss before approaching an economist; what questions to ask – and what to avoid – on direct- and cross-examination of the expert economist; how to find and evaluate economists, determine their cost of services, and decide whether to retain them; and much more. It includes more than 130 updated tables covering valuation. This title is an invaluable tool for helping you reach fair, accurate, and winnable dollar valuations.

Features

  • Appraisal of earning capacity for persons and capital assets
  • Earnings shown by age, geographic region, and metropolitan/non-metropolitan areas
  • Income and types of appraisal
  • Much more
  • Fringe benefits
  • Loss appraisal in both catastrophic and non-catastrophic disability