Auto Accident Jury Bias & the “McDonald’s Coffee Conundrum”

Today’s blog will address one of the most important jury trial issues when representing a client injured from a car accident: Selecting an impartial jury (a/k/a, “voir dire”). ┬áSo you’ve worked hard for your client through 12 plus months of litigation. As the Plaintiff’s attorney, you feel good about the way depositions have gone. You… 
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Auto Accident Clients – Dealing with Lapses In Medical Treatment

Earlier this week, I wrote the first of a three part blog on “Excuses Used By Adjusters” to low-ball an auto accident injury claim. That first article focused on auto insurance adjusters who hyper-focus on the frequently irrelevant “preexisting degeneration” found in MRIs and X-Rays. That blog can be found by clicking on this link…. 
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Excuses Auto Insurance Companies Use to Lowball the Injured – “Preexisting Degeneration” (Pt. 1)

Insurance adjusters are paid to low-ball car accident victims. As a New Port Richey Trial Attorney for 18 years, I’ve negotiated countless automobile accident personal injury claims. These negotiations take place with insurance adjusters if a lawsuit has not been filed, and with a defense attorney once in litigation. Whether an adjuster or attorney, the… 
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