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online version of 2 volumes looseleaf
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2002-12-01
Canada Law Book

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The Oatley-McLeish Guide to Personal Injury Practice in Motor Vehicle Cases (ProView online only)
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Provides the essential step-by-step guidance to effectively manage the complexities of Ontario's no-fault insurance system

Written by two of Canada's leading personal injury lawyers with contributions by some of Canada's most acknowledged personal injury experts, this resource provides the essential step-by-step guidance you need to effectively manage the complexities of Ontario's no-fault insurance system.

Over one hundred chapters provide everything you need including:

  • Interviewing the client, to taking control of the case
  • Investigating liability
  • Commencing the action and formulating liability and damages
  • Preparing your client for discovery, to the examination for discovery of the plaintiff
  • Preparing for Trial
  • Accident Benefits in Ontario
  • Negotiation and Settlement Strategies
  • Opening and Closing Statements

Expert tips and techniques help you:

  • Gain the knowledge and confidence you need to address all your client's personal injury concerns
  • Press your client's interests in court aggressively, responsibly and fairly
  • A Quantum table assists in assessing what your claim is worth
Included are easy-to-customize sample letters and forms, case law dealing with the interpretation of the legislation and appendices. This book is available as an eBook for web browser or download to your desktop, laptop, iPad or Android tablet. Learn more.
About the Author
Roger G. Oatley was called to the Bar in 1972. As a certified civil litigation specialist, he restricts his practice to serious personal injury and wrongful death cases on behalf of injury victims and their families. The Advocates' Society and The Ontario Trial Lawyers Association have acknowledged his success as a jury lawyer and his efforts to better the skills of advocates before juries. Mr. Oatley is a recognized leader in personal injury advocacy before juries and in the use of demonstrative evidence in the litigation process. Mr. Oatley has written extensively on trial advocacy and personal injury law. He is the author of Addressing the Jury: Achieving Fair Verdicts in Personal Injury Cases, Second Edition and The Oatley-McLeish Guide to Personal Injury Practice in Motor Vehicle Cases (Canada Law Book ). He is co-author of The Oatley McLeish Guide to Brain Injury Litigation, The Oatley McLeish Guide to Anatomy and Impairment. Mr. Oatley is a past president of the Advocates' Society, a past Director of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
John McLeish's practice and that of his firm, McLeish Orlando is dedicated exclusively to representing individuals who have suffered serious personal injuries, including traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries, as well as representing family members in wrongful death cases. He lectures and publishes extensively for various continuing legal education programs on trial advocacy and all matters related to actions for personal injury and wrongful death damages. He is a co-author of four texts on Personal Injury and Trial Advocacy. John has served as a past president of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association. He is named in the National Post's list of Best Lawyers in Canada. He is recognized on Lexpert's list of Leading Practitioners in Toronto as Most Frequently Recommended and is rated AV (Pre-eminent) by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review. John is listed in the Best Lawyers in Canada for Personal Injury Litigation. He has been named as Toronto's Best Lawyer of the Year in the 2013 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada. As well, he is an elected Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, a North American organization which recognizes excellence in trial lawyers. Canadian Lawyer Magazine chose McLeish Orlando as one of the top five personal injury firms in Canada.