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How to Prove Chronic Pain

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Date Published

November 7, 2017

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys of California

Subjects

Chronic Pain

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Summary

Not all chronic pain is the same. This talk will explore the differences and similarities between chronic pain and the number of chronic pain syndromes. We will discuss the causes, signs and symptoms and the treatment modalities of chronic pain. With this understanding you will be provided practical tips on how to prove chronic pain from deposition through closing argument.

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Presenters

Jack Denove

John F. Denove specializes in major injury cases, product liability, medical malpractice and insurance bad faith litigation... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

How to Prove Chronic Pain - Video
How to Prove Chronic Pain - Paper
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