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The Insurance Exclusion Twilight Zone

You’re a pizza delivery person, delivering pepperonis in your personal vehicle. You glance down to check a text (huge mistake) when suddenly, you clip the back heel of a jogger crossing at a crosswalk. You have just entered a fifth dimension, a bizarre, unexplainable dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination.

Insurance Adjusters Are People Too

An adjuster suggested that my case was worth only “nuisance value.” I replied, “You may be willing to settle for nuisance value, but I have to tell you. I can be A VERY BIG NUISANCE…. Just ask my wife.” The adjuster chuckled.

I try to approach my communications with insurance companies and their lawyers with a touch of humility, and where appropriate, humor. They may be expecting…

Update on Amtrak Litigation and Winning Personal Injury Cases

Click below for my video on the Amtrak Derailment tragedy and also for an update on the upcoming publication on my legal
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Injuries to Children

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Million Dollar Settlement

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Vision Loss Injuries Require Functional Vision Assessment

Click here for my video on functional vision loss…

Vision Injury Attorney Discusses Proving Vision Injuries

Here  is my new video on proving vision injuries through nov…

Amtrak Derailment – Interview on Public Broadcasting

Here is my interview on WHYY regarding the Amtrak Derailment…

A Vision Injury Lawyer Discusses Legal Malpractice Claims

Legal Malpractice Cases

Legal malpractice is relevant to every type of legal case. If a contract lawyer makes an important mistake in drafting a contract, the client can sue for legal malpractice. If a corporate lawyer negligently fails to file important papers, the corporation may sue for legal malpractice. Similarly, if a personal injury lawyer errs, the client should consider suing t…

Testimony in Personal Injury Litigation-Part 2

Redirect and Recross-Examination

After the conclusion of cross-examination, your lawyer has the chance to ask additional questions on what is called redirect. Redirect testimony is supposed to be limited to matters that were discussed during cross-examination. The object of redirect is to rehabilitate you in the eyes of the jury or to answer questions raised by the cross-examination. For…

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