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Handling Spinal Injury Cases - Sessions 3 and 4

Handling Spinal Injury Cases - Sessions 3 and 4
As America's leading litigation publisher, Trial Guides knows that the most successful personal injury attorneys focus on mastering the medicine in their practice area.  To support lawyers in improving their skills in handling spinal injury cases, Trial Guides has created the most comprehensive and advanced educational series in the legal profession for spinal injury lawyers hosted by trial lawyer and retired doctor Aaron DeShaw.  This educational series will help lawyers achieve better insurance settlements, arbitration awards, and trial verdicts for their spinal injury claims.  This blog post discusses the content of Sessions 3 and 4 in the Spinal Injury Cases series.
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Resources for Spinal Injury Lawyers

Resources for Spinal Injury Lawyers
As the leading litigation publisher in the United States, we know that the most successful personal injury attorneys focus on learning the medicine in their practice area.  To support lawyers in improving their skills in handling a wide variety of spinal injury cases, Trial Guides created the most comprehensive and advanced educational series in the legal profession for spinal injury lawyers.  This will help lawyers achieve better insurance company settlements, and trial verdicts for their spinal injury claims.
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New Lawyer Helps Obtain $12.2 Million Verdict During Pandemic Using Nick Rowley’s Techniques

Congratulations to attorneys Rich Cook, Bryan Tisch, and Brandon Yosha on their recent $12.2 million verdict in Indianapolis, Indiana. Brandon Yosha covered the opening statement, the final argument on damages, and did the direct examination of the plaintiff’s wife. Brandon’s father, trial lawyer Louis Yosha, helped formulate the argument Brandon used in closing. Bryan Tisch covered the opening statement on liability, the plaintiff’s direct examination, and the expert witness’s direct examination. Rich Cook handled voir dire, the cross-examination of all of IPL’s witnesses, and the final argument on liability. The plaintiff is currently forty-six years old and has been under...

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13.3 Million From Hostage to Hero Verdict During COVID-19

In King County, WA, the trial team of Alex Caggiano, Phil Chu, Chris Madeksho, and Brian Weinstein won a verdict of $13.4 million for their client. The case was on behalf of a man with mesothelioma after exposure to asbestos in a joint compound product. He worked with the product, called “Kaiser Gypsum Joint Compound” between 1962 to 1971. He was the sole witness to his exposure. His identification of the product was contested by the defendant, Kaiser Gypsum Company, Inc. The defense also disputed that the chrysotile asbestos in their product was capable of causing mesothelioma. The only causes...

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$10.8 Million Medical Malpractice Verdict during COVID-19

On August 25, 2020, Blair County, PA, attorneys Brendan Lupetin and Greg Unatin received a $10.8 million-dollar verdict for their clients in a medical malpractice case. The plaintiff suffered life altering brain damage after being given medication for an MRI that caused an allergic reaction that sent him into cardiac arrest. The hospital not only failed to respond to the plaintiff’s allergic reaction in a timely manner, they further failed to outfit the MRI room the plaintiff was in with an emergency drug box, which should have been present per the hospital’s own policy. The client had a heart attack...

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