Category Archives: Damages

MY APPROACH TO DAMAGES

Everyone has their  own idea about how to prepare for damages in our cases and how to conceive of damage arguments. Here’s my general viewpoint of  how I approach damages generally. ELIMINATE LIMITING FEARS  The first step is to think … Continue reading

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JURORS AND DAMAGE APPRAISALS

One of the better blogs relating to trial issues is The Persuasive Litigator: http://www.persuasivelitigator.com/  Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm recently wrote about jurors and their calculations regarding civil damages in this blog. He notes that a  recent study demonstrated that people on … Continue reading

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THE STRUGGLE OF BEING A CAREGIVER

Many of us have represented the parents of a brain injured or disabled child, a person whose spouse is paralyzed or a loved one with disabling injuries. While we have a certain medical knowledge about the consequences of the injuries to … Continue reading

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