Category Archives: Damages

REPRESENTING CLIENTS WITH INJURY TO VISION

Recently a trial lawyer friend asked me for ideas  about handling a case involving a client who had negligently been deprived of sight in one eye and resulting limited vision in the other eye. While one would assume that the … Continue reading

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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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