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BI deposition and personal injury forms for attorneys.Bodily Injury forms for litigation attorneys

Welcome to the page that links to, or describes. a few of our legal forms which are particularly helpful in cases involving personal injury to the body of someone, no matter in what kind of accident.  From Motor Vehicle Accidents to Premises Fall Downs to Product Liability -- if there is a bodily injury, this is the place for you to start exploring for forms.

Depo Bodily Injuries ] Client BI Checklist ] Spouse BI Testimony ] BI Take-home Form ] Letter of Protection ] Request Medical Bill ] Medical Authorization ] Employ-Educate Auth ] Medical Subpoenas ] IME Stipulation ] Handout for IME ] Death: Damages ] Request Admisssions ] Defense Demand ]

Legal Forms that Specially Apply to Bodily Injury Litigation.

There are a number of legal forms that apply to the injuries themselves, not to the cause of the bodily injuries. We call those our suite of personal injury litigation forms.

"The LTF form is better than I expected. Lots of information; good stuff! ---C. Lacker, Pennsylvania attorney, seven years of experience..


The primary form in the BI suite is the Plaintiff's Bodily Injury Deposition or Testimony Checklist
Prepare the questions to ask the injured plaintiff about his/her injuries  --- in less than half the time.

Defense attorneys in a motor vehicle, premises liability, or product defect case -- in any type of tort BI case --- want
 Plaintiff's Bodily Injury Deposition or Testimony Checklist .  It is a complete checklist for the bodily injuries portions of your questions outline for the deposition of an injured person in any type of tort personal injury case.
AND Defense Demand for Bodily Injury Damages Disclosure, an aggressive, but polite letter in tone, that moves the defense ahead in the pace of the case.

There is also a separate checklist for deposition testimony of a spouse.  It's designed to be used by plaintiff's counsel in personal injury litigation.  But defense attorney for insurers tell us they also use this form, for taking the deposition of the spouse.  It is the
Spouse's Bodily Injury Deposition or Testimony Checklist

Plaintiff's attorneys want the Plaintiff's Bodily Injury Deposition or Testimony Checklist and the Spouse's Bodily Injury or Trial Checklist, but for two different reasons than the defense wants those forms.  As the lawyer for the injured person you will use these checklists to prepare your personal injury lawsuit client, and the spouse, for their depositions by the defense.  And you will use these as your guides and outlines for asking them at trial, to get the best direct testimony about the injuries into evidence.
 

For the first five years doing defense work, I never could understand why most plaintiff's attorneys never had their client spend much time on the witness stand telling the real details of the injury that mean so much to the jury.  When I started doing more plaintiff's work than defense work, I realized why:

Most plaintiff's attorneys never took the time to develop a complete checklist of the injury questions to ask their client on the witness stand at the trial

And, on the other side of the table, most defense attorneys never took the time to develop a complete checklist of the injury questions to ask the plaintiff at the deposition.

That does not have be you!  Whether you represent the plaintiff or the defendant, buy these two forms.  They are complete bodily injuries questions outline checklist forms that save your the hours of drafting time to produce a checklist form.

bullet Plaintiff's Bodily Injury Deposition or Testimony Checklist
bullet Spouse's Bodily Injury Deposition or Testimony Checklist

If you are a plaintiff's attorney, there are more forms in our suite of bodily injury forms that are built for you than for defense attorneys. (Don't get us wrong, defense attorneys are about half our customers.) Basically, there are more plaintiff-side bodily injury forms because the plaintiff's counsel has a broader range of activities to accomplish before trial. For example, the defense does not need a handout to  give an injured client before a defense medical exam (IME).. 

Below are brief descriptions and entry links to only some of the other legal forms or checklists that involve bodily injuries. 

bullet The IME Stipulation is a "must have" for a BI plaintiff lawyer's practice, a form that you can use to gain a quick written agreement to your benefit for the physical examination of the plaintiff.  
bullet And Client Handout for IME is what you need when defense counsel demands a medical exam of your client. Give your client great advice by means of our Client Handout for IME.
bullet A plaintiff's busy law office can use Plaintiff's Request for Admissions Re Medical Expenses  in the first 60 days after the defendant has answered, to prove up medical expenses and eliminate worry just before the trial about foundations for admission.
bullet The BI Client Checklist is a compact one page form with three vital parts which you can hand to your client if you are a plaintiff's attorney.
bullet The Bodily Injury Claimant Take-Home Form is four single spaced pages of items you should ask your plaintiff client to bring you, plus some standard advice you do not want to forget to give your client.
bullet More. And, in addition, at the Medical Testimony and Medical Discovery portion of  our catalog, we have a whole group  of deposition checklists targeted on  deposition and trial testimony of medical doctors and medical personnel.
Separate suite of Medical Depositions advice, forms, and questions outline checklists.

bullet And More. Letter of Protection - BI Case - Plaintiff to Doctor  In today's world of lien-savvy doctors and hospitals, plaintiff's BI attorneys always need this form letter.
bullet Plaintiff’s Request to Medical Providers for Amount of Medical Bill.  Use before giving final settlement advice.

As in all the Lawyer Trial Forms™ litigation forms, advice, and checklists, we aim to give you the best advice, forms, and checklists, as though you had a senior litigator sitting in your office and giving you the benefit of years of experience.

All the best,


Leonard Bucklin

Depo Bodily Injuries ] Client BI Checklist ] Spouse BI Testimony ] BI Take-home Form ] Letter of Protection ] Request Medical Bill ] Medical Authorization ] Employ-Educate Auth ] Medical Subpoenas ] IME Stipulation ] Handout for IME ] Death: Damages ] Request Admisssions ] Defense Demand ]

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