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Smartphones and Driving DO NOT MIX

05/22/2017
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Tragic automobile accidents forever change the lives of those involved. I have seen it too often in my career. For the victim, a life may be tragically cut short. For the at-fault party, they will live knowing that their negligence caused serious injuries to not just the victim, but also […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury — What are the facts?

05/4/2017
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Over 5 million Americans have suffered a traumatic brain injury, or a TBI, and are living with disabilities that range from minor to severe. TBI patients who survive face a lifetime of consequences that affect every aspect of their lives, including the ability to work, drive, maintain a household and […]

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How to Prepare a Client for Deposition

05/2/2017
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Preparing clients for deposition is one of the most important tasks involved in my representation of victims of personal injury and medical malpractice. My clients are ordinary people who typically have no prior litigation experience. It’s therefore no surprise that the first thing I hear from most regarding their deposition […]

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Bunch of Bad Bills Brings Up Denial of Citizen Rights

04/12/2017
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Fast-Track Legislation Appears To Attack 7th Amendment Tort reform has become a hot potato again as a series of proposed bills have been unleashed that impinge on the rights of people harmed or injured by product defects, medical malpractice, nursing home and other negligence race, through the House. One of […]

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A Happy & Safe Halloween

10/28/2016
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Personal-injury risks scarily skyrocket on Halloween. The holiday of haunts and hijinks enjoyed by trick-or-treating children and party-planning adults is a chronic cause of accidents, fires and safety threats. For weeks, little ones have looked forward to donning their costumes and going door-to-door to collect candy from their neighbors. Likewise, […]

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Prescription Drugs — Confusing names and sounds can be dangerous

12/8/2015
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Approximately 1.3 million people are injured annually in the United States due to medication errors by pharmacies.  The most common mistakes made by pharmacies include improper dose/quantity, wrong patient, or improper instructions on the vial.  The most common error involving medications was related to administration of an improper because medicine, […]

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More Text Messages? Thanks, I have plenty!

09/23/2015
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In terms of fair disclosure, my firm advertises on television, in trade publications and on the web. Personally, I would love to go back to the time when attorneys and law firms did not advertise, but that ship has long since sailed and there is no turning back. Despite my […]

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Nothing Innocent or Harmless About Redactions In Discovery

08/12/2015
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Redaction can be a wonderful tool. It allows for the removal, or at least obscuring, of legitimately objectionable material within a document without excluding the entire document. Redaction tools might be one of the most abused, misused, and dangerous tools delivered to lawyers in sometime. Every corporate defendant in most […]

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’Tis the Season for Data Breaches, Identity Theft

10/17/2014
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As U.S. consumers head into the shopping season – the weather is getting cooler, and the holidays are getting closer – it is a good idea to take extra precautions to protect bank accounts, credit cards and personal identity. Data breaches, such as the ones that affected Kmart and The […]

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