An Eye Injury Lawyer Discusses Conflict Resolution

Make War on the Conflict, Not the People
My book, Winning Personal Injury Cases — and many others involving litigation — use “war” analogies to describe the approach one needs to take: Don’t show weakness; come from a position of strength; strategize for maintaining and escalating pressure on the adversary.

This article explores techniques that can be used to defuse or deescalat…

Guidance For Recent Law School Graduates – Part 1

In my new book, Winning Personal Injury Claims, I offer advice to recent law school grads who are having trouble finding employment.  This topic begins with a discussion of “hanging out your shingle”; that is, opening up a law office. To do so, the young lawyer needs two things: clients and the ability to service their needs.  It’s not simple. 

According to the National Association…

A Dram Shop Lawyer Success Story

Publisher: Philadelphia Daily News
Author: Not Given
Date: Thursday, January 30, 2003
Headline: $1.5M awarded to family of slain man Killed in 2000 by bartender at speakeasy

The family of a North Philadelphia man who was shot and killed inside a neighborhood speakeasy – the type of illegal establishment known for violence – has won a $1.5 million judgment against the bartender who killed…

Proving Damages in Eye Injury Litigation

Hosted by: National Business Institue (NBI)
Led by: Evan Aidman, ESQ.

Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Whether you’re working on a medical malpractice case or a personal injury case, this unique course reviews litigation tactics, trial pointers and strategies for proving damages for cases involving eye injuries and hearing loss/Tinnitus. Ensure your client receives the compensation he/s…

Litigating Tinnitus


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 does one prove what the tinnitus sufferer…

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