Taking Spine Expert Depositions
Taking Spine Expert Depositions

$95.00

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Course Description

This program was recorded on August 12, 2020

Trial lawyer Robert Simon has tried over 20 cases to verdict on spine injury cases. Fusions, disectomies, etc. Most have been in excess of 7 figures and two in 8 figures. He will share with all listeners how the expert depositions are key to success; how to answer pointed questions that lead to either great settlements, or great use for trial.

Attorney Robert SimonRobert Simon
Robert T. Simon is co-founder of the Simon Law Group and acts as the primary trial attorney. He founded the firm with his twin brother/wombmate/best friend Brad Simon in late 2009. Since then the firm has grown from a couple of people to a trial firm recognized by its peers. Robert grew up in Pittsburgh as being the oldest of 5 (tied!), and the son of a loving UPS Truck Driver and a nurturing stay-at-home mom. As a kid, his uncle was hit by a drunk driver and lost the use of his legs. Since then, Robert has made it his mission to fight for the injured and less fortunate. After graduating third in his high school class, he got a scholarship to the prestigious George Washington University in Washington D.C. After getting a degree in Criminal Justice, he went to law school at Pepperdine in Malibu California. He has dedicated his entire career to fighting for the injured. It was always his dream to work with his brothers Brad and Brandon.

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  1. Taking Deposition of Spine Experts (orthopedic, neurosurgeon, radiologists, biomechanical)
  2. Whether Taking to Settle Your Case or Setting Up for Trial
  3. Tailoring Your Deposition for Jury Instruction for Use at Trial
  4. Setting Up Questions in Your Expert Deposition for Motions to Exclude Evidence
  5. Setting Trial Themes Starts in Expert Depositions