Michael L. Goldberg is a partner in Fried Rogers Goldberg, LLC, where he specializes in catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases.
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Personal Injury Forms
By Michael L. Goldberg
As much as victims need advocates, advocates need tools.
When representing a plaintiff in a personal injury or wrongful death case in Georgia, lawyers can rely on Library of Georgia Personal Injury Forms from the library of Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC. Why not start with the letters, pleadings and other forms crafted by a firm that has recovered more than $200 million in settlements and verdicts for its clients?
Library of Georgia Personal Injury Forms contains nearly 250 practice-oriented forms and sample letters from the library of plaintiffs’ personal injury boutique Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC. The anthology includes a CD-Rom linking to MS Word forms that can be customized for each firm and modified for each case.
Each of the book’s 16 chapters is preceded by a summary clarifying when its editor, Michael L. Goldberg, uses a specific form or document. And a detailed checklist can be found at the end of every chapter.
Among the myriad topics: notification of representation, preserving evidence, investigation of liability, proving your client’s injuries and damages, complaints, discovery, motions, responses, depositions, trial and resolution of claims.
Editor Michael L. Goldberg, a frequent speaker at legal seminars, is also author of three editions of Understanding Vehicle Claims, a legal treatise on trucking law.
This edition of the forms book includes significant changes and additional forms to comply with the new Georgia Evidence Code that went into effect on January 1, 2013.