By Robert I. Feinberg | Published July 12, 2018 | Posted in Civil Suit, Litigation, Personal Injury | Tagged Tags: Agent Orange Lawsuit, Tort Law | Comments Off on Federal vs. State Cases
In terms of which courts adjudicate personal injury cases, federal courts are courts of limited jurisdiction by the terms of the constitution. They can only hear certain cases. Those cases include the United States as an active party, cases that bring into question violations of the constitution, other federal questions and then a big catchall: diversity cases.Read More
Telling the truth in litigation is very, very important. Examples which I have in mind are telling your lawyer about any prior medical condition as well as giving a full and complete description of how an accident occurred.Read More
Let’s talk about the three C’s. The first is “civil”, those cases that I have always discussed with you and which is the focus of my website. Second, is “civility”, how you act in a courtroom or how you interact with people throughout the course of the case. Third, is “closing,”, for what a closing argument looks like in a civil case.Read More
Many of you have probably seen the series on Fox, An American Crime Story, The People v. O.J. Simpson. It is running for 10 episodes. What the relevance of the series to personal injury law brings to mind something I have spoken about before which, if I may say, bears repeating.Read More
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