Yearly Archives: 2019

Accident Investigation

Ordinary Course of Business As part of most  injury cases there is an investigation done by the insurer if there is one. Certainly most insurers take statements and photos as part of the ordinary course of their claims business.  In … Continue reading

Electronic Data Records

Electronic data records can come in several forms. There is another posting  on this website dealing with electronic data records relating to vehicles. On a vehicle that data may be recorded on what some people call the “black box”, the … Continue reading

Jury Research

Online jury research is a powerful tool. The process of asking questions of jurors prior to them being selected is helpful. Any such questioning however tends to be somewhat shallow. In addition most judges in Virginia limit the amount of … Continue reading

Electronic Discovery

Electronic discovery (e-discovery) is now the norm in many lawsuits. The new law on spoliation has made the task of keeping records a greater burden. To avoid any adverse rulings on whether proper care was taken to preserve documents, lawyers … Continue reading

Limousine Liability – Personal Injury

Limousines are always in demand during prom season. Also in demand for weekend trips to wine-growing areas. What many users of limos don’t know is that in large measure these large cars are not controlled by U.S. safety rules. The … Continue reading

FOIA and Personal Injury

FOIA stands for the Freedom of Information Act. Both the U.S. and all 50 states have FOIA laws. The laws at the state level differ from state to state. You need to know the details of your state law to … Continue reading


An injunction is a court order. The Court tells a person to either do something or not to do something. When the Court tells a person to do something, it is referred to as a mandatory injunction. When the Court … Continue reading

Spinal Injuries

A spinal injury can be life-altering. It impacts lives of victims short-term and long-term.  Spinal injuries create a host of health problems.  The spinal cord begins at the base of the skull. It extends to the lower back.  It is … Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Disease

Diagnosing Alzheimer’s A Washington Post article of October 1, 2013 stated that approximately five million people suffer from Alzheimer’s disease in the United States. Misdiagnosis is common. The disease is frequently confused with dementia.  Although the symptoms are similar, treatment … Continue reading

Product Defect Cases

This posting deals with a number of product liability issues not addressed in the other page by that name. See the page on human factors for info on that topic. Product Defect Cases and Federal Preemption The Preemption Doctrine states … Continue reading

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