...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...
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
I am a young attorney who wishes to become a trial lawyer. What would you suggest I do to gain the trial skills
...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
Plaintiffs attorneys often encounter multiple MRI studies with conflicting results when litigating personal injury cases. This happens in one of a multitude of ways
A reference to a patient's smoking history made by a medical expert in a lung cancer-related medical malpractice case warrants a new trial because it was both irrelevant and highly prejudicial, the s
One important part of the litigation of personal injury matters involves a battle of the experts over the wage-loss claims presented by the injured party
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