Book Details

Winning Personal Injury Cases

By Evan Aidman

  • Softcover
  • 380 pp.
  • ISBN: 978-0-8318-0132-8
  • Order Code BK89
  • $99.00
  • ONLINE: 2011
  • Online
  • 380 pp.
  • $89.00



Personal injury cases can be handled—or they can be won!


Purchasers of the print edition receive FREE access to the complete online version of the book – including forms!



I'm very impressed by the content. I have a new associate out of law school who I especially want to read it. 

- David S. Wolf, Philadelphia, PA


The book was great, you did an awesome job in putting your expertise on paper.

- Denise Bryant, Philadelphia, PA

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In Winning Personal Injury Cases, experienced personal injury litigator Evan Aidman shows how new lawyers can level the playing field when facing experienced defense counsel. He also shows you how to draft effective demand letters and settlement proposals.


If you’re doing personal injury work, that means you’re battling insurance companies. Mr. Aidman guides you through that process and lays bare the hidden traps.


Most important, Winning Personal Injury Cases walks you through the personal injury lawsuit, from investigating the facts to closing argument:

What evidence do you need to gather quickly, and where can you find it?

First contact with the insurance company—what do you need to know?

How can you craft your discovery to get the best responses for your client?

Why are kids “different” in personal injury litigation?

You may be able to prove an injury—but can you maximize damages?

What negotiating tactics should you adopt? Which can you expect to confront?

What are your best objections at trial, and when should you make them? (Hint: not every objection that can be made should be made!)

How do you determine if a judgment is collectible?


Purchasers of Winning Personal Injury Cases also have free online access to these editable forms and checklists from the book:

What To Do After a Car Accident

Fall Down Accident Checklist

Medical Treatment Worksheet

Withdrawal from Representation

Car Accident Checklist

Settlement Demand Letters

Lawsuit Complaints

Petition for Alternative Service

Interrogatories for a Car Accident

Interrogatories for a Fall Down Accident

Request for Production of Documents

Motion to Compel Discovery

Deposition Questions

Contingent Fee Agreement and HIPAA Authorization

New Client Letter

Minor’s Compromise Petition

Functional Vision Loss Analysis

Letters to Medical Providers

Voir Dire Questions

Jury Instructions (Points for Charge)

Interrogatories in Aid of Execution

Interrogatories in Attachment

Lawsuit Checklist

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About the Author

Evan Aidman is the founder and principal of the Law Offices of Evan Aidman. Mr. Aidman received his Bachelor’s Degree in psychology from the University of Florida where he was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Scholastic Honor Society. He graduated with a 4.0 average. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1983.

Mr. Aidman began his legal career as a law clerk to the Honorable Samuel M. Lehrer of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. After five years as an associate in various law firms, Mr. Aidman hung out his own shingle. He has practiced as a trial lawyer ever since. Mr. Aidman is an adjunct professor at Peirce College where he teaches courses such as Civil Litigation. He has lectured extensively on topics connected to personal injury litigation. Mr. Aidman is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He won a $1.5 million verdict in 2003 for a wrongful death claim arising out of a bar room shooting. He has achieved many other significant settlements.

Mr. Aidman receives daily inquiries from clients across the nation. When appropriate, he makes referrals to other attorneys from his rapidly expanding list of referral counsel. He carefully monitors those referrals and works with the referral lawyer throughout the case to ensure success.

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