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Wrongful Death Seminar Part 1

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Date Published

May 27, 2020

Publisher

Minnesota Association for Justice

Subjects

Free for Member Benefits/CLE Passport/Subscription, Wrongful Death

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Summary

Agenda

30 Minutes

Wrongful Death Pleadings and Procedure

Stephanie Schommer, Schmidt & Salita Law Team

45 Minutes

Maximizing Non-Economic Damages

Nate Bjerke, TSR Injury Law

30 Minutes

Observations and Comments on How to Mediate a Wrongful Death Case

Steven J. Kirsch, Larson • King, LLP

60 Minutes

The Family Social Science Methodology for Assessing Non-Pecuniary Losses

Dr. Kathrine Daniels, PhD, LMFT

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Presenters

Stephanie J. Schommer

tephanie J. Schommer has nearly 10 years of experience as an attorney at the Schmidt-Salita Law Firm. She specializes in... Read More

Nate Bjerke
TSR Injury Law

Nate Bjerke is a rarity in the legal world – a real trial lawyer.  Nate has tried and won catastrophic personal injury and... Read More

Kathrine Daniels

Kathrine Daniels is a licensed Minnesota Marriage and Family Therapist and has a private practice providing individual,... Read More

Steve Kirsch

Steve Kirsch is a partner with Larson • King and practices in the areas of products liability and toxic torts. Steve is a... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Wrongful Death Seminar Part 1 - Video
Wrongful Death Seminar Part 1 - Handout
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