Author Archives: Paul Luvera

TEN RULES FOR IMPROVING JURY VERDICT OUTCOMES

  Screen all new cases objectively and not emotionally. There are cases where the inherent issues are so negatively compelling and your odds of prevailing so slight it is a disservice to the client and the system to accept the … Continue reading

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DIRECT EXAM OF A CLIENT WITH A BRAIN INJURY

When we represent people with brain injury it  takes a lot of time, factual inquiry and thought in deciding how to present the damage evidence at trial. The most difficult  question is what to ask a client who is capable … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF A GREAT TRIAL

Jim Perdue Sr is a Texas trial lawyer who has a fifty year history of great plaintiff trial work. We are friends through our membership in the Inner Circle of Advocates. He has published books, videos and articles about trial … Continue reading

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