By Robert I. Feinberg | Published May 11, 2015 | |
In a recent video blog, Defense attorney John Johnson spoke of important factors that he uses to assess a case. He explicitly mentioned that statements made soon after an accident or to a medical provider are very relevant to his determination of liability. As a plaintiff’s attorney, I want to point out that this can go either way: statements of the defendant at an accident scene are also very probative and for the same reasons.Read More
I often have clients who report to me that their medical provider will corroborate the crucial fact that the injury was caused by the accident. A review of the records, however, may reveal that there is a “possible” relationship between the accident and the injury. Sometimes, the term “could be related” is used. Thus, the causal connection is unclear at best.Read More
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