This podcast addresses limited tort and it’s exceptions. When does limited tort apply and what does it mean. How injured do you have to be to breach the limited tort threshold. How does a lawyer help with limited tort.
This podcast addresses situations where you have a very high-value injury but nowhere near enough insurance to pay the full value. Also, I discuss a minor’s compromise and what the purpose is behind the judge resolving kids’ cases.
This podcast addresses poor staffing and negligent care that results from it. I discuss what makes a strong case and specifically how a first fall followed by a fractured hip from a second fall is an example of poor staffing leading to poor care.
This podcast addresses what happens when you are in a hit and run car crash and have no information on who hit you. Some people have uninsured motorist coverage for this situation. You should look on your declaration page to see if you have it. This podcast addresses how the uninsured claim plays out in real practice.
This podcast addresses who pays your medical bills and how to get them reduced. There is a complex interplay of PIP or personal injury protection and Act 6 and other laws in play here. I discuss situations where an ambulance company is wrongly trying to collect too much money from you for a car accident and discuss why medical bills are paid out of your settlement.
This podcast addresses the basics of what to do after you have had a car accident. First, call your insurance company. Second, get PIP medical coverage set up. Third, get your car appraised and off the tow lot to avoid storage fees. Fourth, call a lawyer if you are hurt or have questions.
In this podcast I address my approach to cross-examination of the defense expert in a personal injury case. What is collateral source material, when to use it in the deposition, and what to use it for. What is a good approach or plan for cross and what goals you should have and finally what weaknesses are usually there for you to attack.
This podcast addresses why a serious case will rarely settle without a lawsuit being filed. I address pre-suit evaluation of your case, necessary delays in getting your case evaluated and the process of negotiating a settlement. Finally, I address why cases cannot settle without a deposition and medical exam by the insurance company doctor.
This podcast addresses when a bicyclist is hit by a car. Whether road rage or simple negligence, there are many situations where car insurance or homeowner’s insurance can help with your bicycle crash.
This podcast discusses injuries from car accidents including the rotator cuff tear, the TFCC wrist or hand injury and tinnitus or ringing in your ears after airbag deployment. These are all the result of car accidents and I discuss defense views and approaches to these injuries.