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A Guide to Toxic Torts

$2,022.80
Publisher: Matthew Bender
Format::  Looseleaf, 8
ISBN:: 9780820515939
1989-01-01

Description

Unparalleled coverage of the trial of toxic torts cases with complete guidance on obtaining compensation for individuals injured by toxic substances and defending such actions. The liability of the government, manufacturers, vendors, and employers for personal injuries or wrongful death resulting from the improper testing, manufacture, sale, distribution or unsafe use of undertested drugs, toxic substances, and hazardous waste.

Includes sample forms, trial testimony, table of cases, appendix.

First published in 1987.

4 volumes; looseleaf; updated with supplements and revisions.

Also available on our Environmental Law Library CD-ROM.

Billing Method: Updates Billed As Issued

Author/Contributor

Margie Searcy-Alford


Margie Searcy-Alford has represented over a thousand toxic tort victims from sixteen different states. She is the principal author and editor-in-chief of Matthew Bender's four volume treatise, A Guide to Toxic Torts. She served for two years as the Chair of the Association of Trial Lawyers of American Environmental and Toxic Tort Litigation Section [now the Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Tort Litigation (S.T.E.P.)] and two years as Chair of the Women Trial Lawyer's Caucus of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

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