Medical Bills: Put Them Into Evidence or Not?
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August 8, 2018
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Please note: this webinar is only available to plaintiff attorneys and their staff. Registration for the webinar certifies that the attendee only does plaintiff work. We reserve the right to determine eligibility for webinar attendance.
The persuasive technique known as anchoring uses a cognitive bias present in most decision making. In this webinar, you will learn to understand this persuasive technique and how it relates to the issue of whether to put the medical bills into evidence during a jury trial.
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