This episode addresses considerations for suing the state or Penn Dot as an accident attorney or injured person. Sovereign immunity and tort claims are discussed.
This episode discusses strong and weak medical malpractice cases from the perspective of a medical malpractice lawyer.
As an accident attorney, I discuss delays in cases from the lawyers’ perspective. Why do cases take months to move forward in a clear accident and injury situation?
What is mediation and what is arbitration? This episode discusses the nuts and bolts of why we take cases to mediation and arbitration and what these formats tell you about how the accident lawyers view your case.
Texting and driving is discussed along with various examples of how to deal with distracted driving.
Preparing a client for cross-examination is discussed with a focus on how I look at medical records as an injury attorney. Putting yourself in the other lawyer’s shoes is a good place to start.
This episode talks about how your lost wages from your job fit into negotiation of your personal injury lawsuit settlement. As an injury attorney, I discuss timing of settlements and how your lost wages figure into settlement values.
This episode discusses networking and how to grow your business network. Have a list of contacts and pay it forward. As an injury lawyer, persistent networking is an important part of business.
This episode discusses with real-world examples the concept of a statute of limitations and statute of repose and how they affect medical malpractice lawyers and their cases.
Ask Andy Punitive Damages
Punitive damages in personal injury cases. As an injury attorney, I discuss punitive DMD and how they are used as a pressure point in negotiation.