Bad Facts: How to deal with them

Let’s say your client has something bad in his past that is admissible and will be coming out during trial.  Or perhaps there’s evidence that he may have been drinking earlier in the day of his car crash, where a negligent party hit him and caused serious bodily injury.  How do you deal with these…

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Important Intellectual Property Lawsuits

The term intellectual property refers to ideas and creations of the mind such as works that are literary, musical or artistic, including designs and symbols and names and images that are part of the world of commerce–meaning people make money (or at least hope to oneday) make money from them. Individuals and companies have long…

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Numbness and Tingling

We’ve all been there.  We’ve been sitting for too long, we wake up in the wrong position, or we stand up from our desk, and there’s a creeping numbness or tingling in our body.  It may not be painful, but trying to do our daily routine with numb, uncomfortable limbs can still be a trial.…

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Damages Available in a Medical Malpractice Death Suit

Damages in a medical malpractice or medical negligence wrongful death suit arise when a patient dies and the cause of death is more likely than not related to medical negligence (also called medical malpractice) which are actions by the health care provider (doctor, nurse, medical technician, etc.) falling below or deviating from the accepted standard…

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