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Using Technology in Mediation & Courtroom: The Creativity Issue
W.C. Fields once said that "I wouldn't want to be a part of any group that would have me for member". But I'm honored to be a part of the National Trial Lawyers.
Sometimes the hardest part of a case isn't proving who's at fault or how badly a person is hurt - it's digging through corporate red tape to find insurance coverage that the company doesn't want you to know about
Victim killed on Hal Rogers Parkway in Eastern Kentucky
When the Department of Child Services improperly "screens out" child abuse cases, accidents happen.
Children's cases involving an injury can be devastating. They're hard to handle, on so many levels. But the effort is (absolutely) worth it.
Traumatic brain injury are often invisible to the casual observer because many crash victims are more worried about their painful bodily injuries than memory loss or confusion.