The state Superior Court has granted a new trial to a woman who suffers from kidney failure in a medical malpractice case, ruling that she should have been able to introduce testimony from her expert
It is well settled that when an individual seeks compensation benefits under the Workers' Compensation Act, he or she exposes himself or herself to an exception to the physician-patient privilege
...attorney only represented the university, the testimony could potentially be inadmissible for cross-examination and could even be thrown out as a violation of their...
...support this statement.The court agreed. It explained that on cross-examination, provider's attorney clearly established that the denial was communicated to...
A magisterial district judge has ruled that former Montgomery County GOP Chairman Robert J. Kerns will have to answer all 19 charges against him, including counts of rape and indecent sexual assault,
...certain photographs to be published in black and white, and properly allowed cross-examination of mitigation witnesses; victim impact testimony was constitutional and properly admitted...
I am a young attorney who wishes to become a trial lawyer. What would you suggest I do to gain the trial skills
All attorneys who litigate workers' compensation matters on behalf of injured workers in Pennsylvania have seen their fair share of reports from investigators who are employees of companies hired by
...between adding context and providing an explanation. The first is helpful during cross-examination or deposition; the second is not. Take the following question, for...
In a boxing match, at the end of each round the boxers return to their corners for one minute. In that time, their corner man, a trainer, goes over the past round and gives advice of what is wrong, h
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