Maximizing the balance of visual or audio evidence and demonstratives in your presentation is a fundamental part of proficient courtroom communication.
Despite a challenging year for everyone, we persevere. To our clients, family and friends – we thank you, and look forward to all that 2021 holds.
When COVID-19 pandemic took hold, courts had little choice but to cease. But today, many have found a way to resume safely: remote trials.
This fall, we launched the inaugural season of our “Face the Jury” podcast, complete with 7 episodes hosted by Lloyd Bell. Check out our season in review, and listen for...
Until 2010, Georgia capped non-economic damage awards in medical malpractice cases at $350,000. But since 2018, that has changed.
The legal process can feel intimidating. However, this rough timeline gives you a better picture of how medical malpractice cases can be resolved.
A statute of limitations is the limited legal window of opportunity during which you can file a lawsuit. If you are a victim, the time for action is now.
By taking these extra precautions, patients can help reduce the risk of suffering from medical errors amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
By definition, medical malpractice occurs when a patient is harmed because a doctor, nurse or other medical professional fails to provide proper treatment.