The author, a practitioner with extensive experience in the workmen's compensation field, sets out a number of "do's" and "don't's" for the successful representation of plaintiffs in employee injury cases, especially with regard to the handling of medical evidence. He also points out defects in the existing law, and calls upon the bar to fulfill its social role by supporting remedial legislation.
Trial Practice and Tactics in Employee Injury Cases -- The Plaintiff's Viewpoint,
16 Vanderbilt Law Review
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