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Releases and Personal Injury Settlements

It is absolutely unethical for a lawyer to fail to immediately notify the client of any settlement offers. Even if the offer is extremely low, the client must be notified and given the option of accepting the offer. Some lawyers may withhold this information out of fear that the client will force the acceptance of a low offer. Perhaps the client is desperate for cash. The lawyer may feel that t…

Settlement Strategies for Personal Injury Litigation

Settlement Conference

The final opportunities for settlement occur after a settlement conference and at the courthouse steps. Judges almost always push hard for settlements at these conferences. The attorneys and their clients may find the judge’s arm twisting irresistible and settlement may result. If it does not, the judge will order the case to trial. When faced head-on with this prospect,…

Value of a Personal Injury Claim-More Key Factors


The severity of the injury greatly influences the settlement offer, as will the characteristics of the individual. For example, a facial scar on an attractive young woman is worth far more than an elbow scar on an elderly man. A permanent injury to a child brings a far larger offer than will a similar injury to an adult. A herniated disc suffered by a skilled manual laborer…

Psychological Injuries: Claims for Emotional Distress


Psychological injuries can be an important part of a personal injury case. Post-traumatic stress disorder (also called post-traumatic stress syndrome) is a provable phenomenon that adds value to some cases. This disorder may involve headaches, nausea, dizziness, inability to concentrate, depression, irrational fears, etc. But this is also an area that is fraught wit…

LASIK Malpractice – Who Can Sue?

Candidate for LASIK?
The Focus of LASIK Malpractice Litigation
By Nadeem Bezar, Esquire
LASIK eye surgery has replaced tummy tucks and liposuction as America’s number one elective surgery.  The growth has been staggering: LASIK has been performed on 2.5 million people since 1998 and 1.2 million people in 2000 alone.  For…

Winning Your Personal Injury Claim-Best of Philadelphia

My book, Winning Your Personal Injury Claim is written for people who would represent themselves in injury litigation.  It is also for  people who would like to be better able to monitor their lawyer’s performance.  Call me at 610 642 7676 if you would like a free copy.  Here is an overview.
Overview of Winning Your Personal Injury Claim-4th Edition
The litigation of a personal injury claim…

Sample Voir Dire Questions for Vision Injury Cases

In cases involving vision injuries, and in all other injury cases, it is necessary to try to get jurors who are sympathetic to the plaintiff.  Here is a list of questions you can use for your case.  Any questions? Call me at 610 642 7676.  To read more about sensory loss cases, click here.
A.   Attorneys and Parties
1.  Does anyone on this jury panel know me?

2.  Do any of you know…

Proving Tinnitus Injuries in Personal Injury Litigation

Proving Tinnitus in Personal Injury Litigation
Tinnitus is an injury commonly resulting from trauma.  If that trauma was caused by negligence, it can form the basis for a personal injury lawsuit.  If you are pursuing injury litigation, there are steps you can take to maximize the settlement value and jury appeal.   How the claim is presented will affect the jury’s evaluation of t…

Vision Loss Injury Claims Require a Functional Vision Loss Assessment

In cases involving vision injury, it is essential to obtain a functional vision loss assessment.   This assessment will cover many areas that medical doctors will ignore.  Here is a sample that I hope will be of use to you.  Call me if you have questions.  My number is 610 642 7676.  Evan Aidman

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Motion to Compel Discovery in Blindness Injury Litigation

Occasionally in vision injury cases, as with all other injury litigation, it becomes necessary to file a motion to compel the other side to produce the information you are entitled to.  Here is a sample motion to compel that I hope will help you.  If you need more help, give me a call at 610 642 7676.

EVAN K. AIDMAN, ESQUIRE                              ATTORNEY…

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