Program Details

What to Do When Your Client Dies or Loses Mental Capacity: A Guide for Personal Injury Attorneys

Content Partner:  NBI, Inc (National Business Institute, Inc.)
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Program Description

Gain Valuable Tips for Dealing with Estate Administration Issues in an Injury Suit

The client's death or loss of mental capacity introduces much added complexity to a personal injury case. Are you prepared for the changes and challenges you are likely to face? Do you know how to continue legal representation despite a client's mental incapacity or how to deal with complicated estate administration issues when a personal injury case becomes a wrongful death suit? Join our experienced faculty as they provide clear answers to the tough questions of incapacity and death in a personal injury suit. Register today!

  • Explore the role a conservator plays in protecting a person's estate.
  • Learn tips you can use to avoid common traps when working with an incapacitated client.
  • Discover simple ways to make estate planning less complicated and easily understood.
  • Explore the options available when dealing with pending personal injury claims of a deceased client.

Who Should Attend

This fundamental course was designed for attorneys who need a primer on capacity and estate administration issues in a personal injury case.

Course Content
  1. Representing an Incapacitated Client
  2. Representing a Decedent's Estate

Practice Areas: Personal Injury & Negligence
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 07/23/2010 4:00 PM EDT
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 30 Minutes
Online Format: Live

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Training Type: Online

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