By Robert I. Feinberg | Published November 7, 2008 | |
Robert I. Feinberg 07 November 2008 Valuing a case involves three crucial elements: Liability i.e. fault on the part of the person/corporation being sued; damages; and qualities relating to the plaintiff. But to pursue a case you need something else: a fourth and very crucial element, a source from which to recover money such as Read MoreRead More
Robert I. Feinberg 05 November 2008 As I approach my thirtieth year of practicing law, I am still intrigued by what makes for a successful personal injury case. The reality is somewhat different from what was taught in law school. Law school conveys a sense of what the law is, but the practice of law Read MoreRead More
Robert I. Feinberg 03 November 2008 For over twenty years my firm has been writing to clients about auto insurance. The purpose has been to inform consumers that they purchase enough coverage to protect themselves not only from a lawsuit but in the eventuality that the at-fault driver has no insurance or insufficient insurance. This Read MoreRead More
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