[case]Liberty Surplus Insurance v. Ledesma & Meyer Construction[/case] – Does an employer’s negligent hiring, retention, or supervision of an employee constitute an “accident”?
Jeffrey I. Ehrlich
Experts need to show, tell and teach. You need to empasize your expert’s objectivity and defuse the common defense attacks
Miles B. Cooper
Hedonic damages become vital when special damages are limited
“You have to have faith and follow your heart” — and become fully invested in your clients
An updated look at structured settlements versus cash payouts to plaintiffs
Patrick C. FarberEnrique Sierra
Should you even be a mediator? And practical advice on beginning your practice if you decide to try
Nancy Neal Yeend
Here are strategies when your case has both workers’ compensation and third-party PI claims
While valuable to police work, these animals can pose a real danger to innocent bystanders, or lead to claims of excessive force when ordered to bite-and-hold a suspect
Richard Polsky, Ph.D.
Proving employer fault for the injury can offset the WC credit against your recovery – and you can be paid for your work as an expert witness on damages
Eustace de Saint PhalleAndrew Clay