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August 2018 Archives

We're aggressive in our approach to wrongful death cases

The sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one can be difficult for anyone to handle. While the emotional harm of knowing that one will never hear a loved one's laughter again or spend another holiday together is more than enough to leave surviving family members with unimaginable pain, they may also be forced to confront the financial loss often associated with these incidences. This can be particularly difficult to cope with, especially during a time when surviving family members are simply trying to move on in remembrance of their lost loved one.

Why objections are important to medical malpractice cases

Many medical malpractice cases wind up settling through negotiations and mediations. A fair number, though, go all the way to litigation. When this happens, medical malpractice victims need to be prepared to present compelling legal arguments that are persuasive to the judge and jury. This may sound simple enough, as it may appear that the facts are easy to discern, but the truth of the matter is that the legal logistics of litigation can completely reshape how facts are presented and interpreted.

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