I discuss what is a disc herniation, why they matter, what they mean for your car accident case. Also, as a car accident attorney I discuss valuation of injections and herniations.
As an elevator injury attorney, I deal with injuries that result from these devices. Here, I discuss notice and machinery failures resulting in death, amputation, and broken bones.
Easy cases and hard cases are discussed here. SLAP tears are easy because they are caused by trauma. Harder cases are ones where there is a causation problem. As a car accident lawyer, I spend a lot of time reading medical records looking for pre-existing conditions because that will be the insurance company’s defense.
Most business people care about litigation costs and expenses. That is not true in personal injury practice as described in this podcast. As an injury attorney, I explain what insurance companies care about and why legal fees and expert costs don’t really matter to insurers.
Today is the start of the US Supreme Court’s term. The Court does not have a lot of effect on what we do as personal injury lawyers, but some thoughts on what the court does and how it functions are discussed.
Medical malpractice cases are an important part of our work as injury lawyers. This episode addresses failure to diagnose breast and colon cancer and what is a strong versus weak case to a lawyer.
A vaping lawsuit is basically claiming that the device or product caused harm. The injuries reported in the press are severe and very concerning. We are still waiting to identify the cause, the manufacturer etc. As a product liability lawyer, we are accepting these cases and waiting for more investigation to learn the causes of vaping illnesses.
The eggshell plaintiff is the lawyer’s typical view of pre-existing conditions. If your pre-existing condition was aggravated by someone’s negligence you can seek damages.
This episode addresses a recent car accident deposition, how young lawyers learn how to do their jobs, and what is important in preparing a client for deposition.