Robert Raitt to present to fellow personal injury lawyers during the Michigan Association for Justice Annual Seminar today in Detroit
Today, Bobby Raitt will present during the Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ) 71st Annual Seminar, “New Ways to Succeed.” His topic is “Getting a Great Plaintiff’s Verdict” and it comes at the heels of his recent $4.6 million verdict for a woman injured by falling chairs at a Livonia CVS.
The event will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the The Westin Book Cadillac in Detroit. For more information or to register for the event, click here.
Bobby plans to discuss his 2015 CVS injury case for a woman who sustained a traumatic brain injury when she was hit by falling chairs at her local CVS in Livonia, Michigan. Bobby and co-counsel Alison Duffy were able to prove that the August 2012 incident could easily have been avoided – if only CVS had followed its own safety rules and procedures.
He will also outline lessons from the case, including:
- Qualities of what makes a likeable plaintiff.
- Qualities of what makes an unlikeable defendant (and defense attorney).
- Ways to prove a serious traumatic brain injury to a jury.
In addition, Tom James of Michigan Auto Law will be presenting on “The Role of Corporate Liability in Trucking and Auto Cases.” More to come on this topic, soon.
The Michigan Association for Justice is the state’s largest organization of trial lawyers and consumer attorneys and advocates representing the needs of injured accident victims. Michigan Auto Law is a long-standing member and contributor to the organization. Bobby is a past-president of the MAJ.