Have you ever heard the term ‘mediation’? Do you know what it is and how it can help resolve your case? Watch the video to learn more.
Watching TV we hear that the prosecutor has to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. However, in a medical malpractice or accident case in New York, that is not the standard that we must meet in order to prove that we are entitled to compensation. Instead, we need only show that we are more […]
A charge conference is not what happens when your credit card company calls to find out why you went over your credit limit. Nor is it a strategy session with the people in charge of the running of the bulls.
It has to do with how many jurors must answer a jury question when deciding on a verdict. Watch the video to learn more.
No, I’m not talking about stopping off to get an adult-tasting drink. Instead, I’m talking about whether you know how much preparation goes into your case to get ready for the next day of trial. Watch the video to learn more.
Did you know that the winners of large verdicts often never see that kind of money? It definitely makes the news and sells papers, but the injured victims will rarely see that amount of compensation; and not for a long time after the verdict. Why not?
Your treating doctor tells you that he cannot come in to trial since he will be away at the time of your trial. What do you do? Is there some way you can take the doctor’s testimony to be used at trial?
You know the saying “you just had to be there?” In this video I show you two things that happened during a recent cross examination of a medical expert in a trial I recently handled. These two things destroyed the doctor’s credibility even though he had excellent credentials and was a very experienced witness. Watch […]