This book will educate the reader about the American medical malpractice process via a question and answer format in a way that is entertaining to read and easy to understand. Mr. Reardon has presented these issues for over 30 years to juries. He has utilized that skill set in writing this book to help explain these complex legal issues and topics to legal and medical experts and novices. This book will help you understand these concepts whether you have been doing this for 30 years or 30 minutes. Terms like res ipsa loquitor and voir dire are explained in a way that the lay person, as well as the trained legal professional, will understand. Here are some sample questions: What is res ipsa loquitor? What is voir dire? What is iatrogenic injury? What is the locality rule? What are damages? What is Daubert? Here are sample questions and answers: How should I appear when I testify? The first impression is always important. Particularly, in front of a jury. This will be the first time that they will actually be studying you both for the answers you give as well as the appearance you make. Therefore, your appearance can be just as important in conveying the message you want to deliver as well as the words that you speak. For example, if the other side is accusing you of being thoughtless, it would be inappropriate to act that way on the stand and prove their point. How should I dress at my deposition? Your dress should match your demeanor. Comfortable, yet professional. This book is a great learning tool and educational guide.
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FRANK E. REARDON, Esq. received his Bachelor of Arts from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts and his law degree from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. He also received a Master of Science degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. Mr. Reardon founded the firm of Hassan & Reardon P.C. in 1987 having previously served as Rhode Island counsel for the National Association of Government Employees and in the General Counsel’s Office of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Mr. Reardon is a founding partner of Reardon Law Office LLC. Currently, his practice focuses on labor and employment, healthcare, civil rights, probate, and general litigation. Mr. Reardon is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and is admitted to the Bar of the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Reardon has briefed and argued many appeals in State and Federal Courts and serves as an arbitrator and mediator.
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