Common Distractions Create Slip & Fall Hazards

Four Common Distractions Create Slip and Fall Hazards

Balance and perception are interrelated. A pedestrian must see…
Criminal Cross-Examination: Exposing Police Bias

Criminal Cross-Examination: Expose Bias in Police Report

A police report is not an objective recitation of the facts from…
Presenting Testimony of Your Vocational Rehab Specialist

Presenting the Testimony of Your Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist

by guest author Deborah J. Gander Personal injury cases often…
Business Ethics Voir Dire

Business Ethics Voir Dire

Better Voir Dire in Business Litigation Cases The term “business…
Preparing for Trial in Federal Court

Pretrial Planning Conference and Final Stipulation

Take Advantage of the Pretrial Planning Conference If handled…
Trial Preparation Tools

Grab Jurors' Attention by Opening With a Compelling Theme

Excerpted from Trial Preparation Tools by Beth D. Osowski Consider…
Nine Ways to Attack a Drug Recognition Evaluator on Cross-Examination

Nine Ways to Attack a Drug Recognition Evaluator On Cross-Examination

Driving under the influence of drugs is the new frontier in impaired…
Plaintiff as a Compelling Witness in a Slip & Fall Case

Plaintiff as a Compelling Witness in a Slip & Fall Case

Proving a Slip and Fall Case: Help Your Client Give His Best…
Aggravation of a pre-existing condition

6 Steps to Turn a Perceived Case Weakness - Aggravation of a Pre-existing Condition - Into a Strength

There is no such thing as a perfect case. Whether it’s a forgetful…
Trial Objections

Objecting To An Improper Comment During Closing Argument

[Excerpted from Trial Objections, by R. Rogge Dunn] The trial…