Medical malpractice plaintiffs' lawyers will no longer need to agonize over whether they got an affidavit from the right kind of doctor, once a proposed rule change favored by the Supreme Court beco
...estate's lawyer, Lawrence Cohan of Anapol Schwartz Weiss Cohan Feldman & Smalley in Cherry Hill. Symptoms worsened overnight...
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There are a number of design considerations for reducing the severity of brain injuries, or eliminating them entirely
Commercial truck accident cases require plaintiff's counsel to not only have a knowledge of accident reconstruction and engineering principles but also an understanding of the intricacies of the leas
Whether you are a plaintiff's lawyer constructing your case or a defense lawyer deconstructing the case built by the plaintiff, understanding and identifying geological evidentiary formations, or GEF
As lawyers representing women in cases involving misdiagnoses, we have to keep up with technological developments
Tragically, these employees continue to develop a range of illnesses stemming from benzene exposure and as a result lawsuits continue to be filed to protect the rights of these unfortunate victims
Practice defines my day, and I encourage others to allow it to define their days as well. The practice of law is recognizing that there is always more to learn and always ways to excel
While injury on residential worksites certainly occurs across all demographics, recent statistics reveal an ethnic fatality trend evidenced by an alarming increase in Hispanic worker deaths
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