Category Archives: Damages

ARGUING DAMAGES TO A JURY

  There are many approaches to arguing damages. Some are more appropriate to the facts of a case then others and there is no one approach that fits all cases. While research indicates the benefit of always suggesting the verdict … Continue reading

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UNDERSTANDING THE REALITY OF SUFFERING FROM INJURY

Both temporary and permanent injuries usually result in suffering. Lawyers who represent clients with injuries need to try to understand, as much as possible, the consequences of suffering clients endure. Here are some factors to consider in that regard. Past … Continue reading

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“DON’T TRY TO DESCRIBE A KISS CONCERT IF YOU’VE NEVER SEEN IT”  

 The title of this column is from lyrics written by the singer & song writer Jimmy Buffett in his song Manana. Why am I quoting it here? Because it captures a great truth plaintiff trial lawyers must learn. That truth … Continue reading

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