June 1, 2007
Document: Trial and Evidentiary Considerations in Wrongful Death Actions
By David Rapoport
Published in 2007 by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, this article provides insight into the unique and often complicated process of trying a wrongful death case. Through explanation and example, Mr. Rapoport sets forth both the procedural elements involved in all stages of a wrongful death trial, as well as important considerations that are essential to the competent presentation of evidence. Well-experienced on the topic, Mr. Rapoport offers an informative breakdown of the wrongful death trial for clients and lawyers alike.
“Wrongful Death and Survival Actions in Illinois: Trial and Evidentiary Considerations in Wrongful Death Actions. (Chapter 6)”
Published by IICLE — Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2007 edition