Trying to find purpose, Trying to see meaning Trying to make sense of the nonsense that I’ve called My Life Cause only this river can bear me to safety Only this river can bear me away JJ Grey & Mofro, This River In 1979, I nearly missed a week long trip rafting down the Grand […]
Charles Manson died today. Here is a related post I published last month on Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald. “He sat for a moment, looking hurt and confused and not quite able to digest all this terrible news. Then he cried out: …”Oh … Jesus! What in the name of God is happening in the Country? Where […]
Med Mal caps McFall down in Florida Last year’s decision overturning the compensatory damage limits in Florida Medical Malpractice Cases
Lawyers are taught to be circumspect and cautious representing facts. I’m not going to do that here. Because I know better. So with apologies to old-timey practitioners, here is my reading of the Florida Supreme Court’s latest ruling saving consumers from the unrelenting pummeling of the healthcare delivery and insurance markets and their omnipresent and […]
A “hot-off-the-presses” and game changing Supreme Court Opinion: Sections of the Medical Malpractice Presuit Screening Rules Declared Unconstitutional for violating privacy rights. Defense attorneys no longer allowed to force informal presuit interviews. More to follow.
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The second in the video series on our website is a short introduction to what it means being a trial lawyer. Back in 2016, I posted a series of five ‘Why Am I A Trial Lawyer’ blogs highlighting my own influences, beginning with this one. Now, we’ve made a video to accompany those posts and put […]
Back in the old stomping grounds in Broward County for one of our cases there. Things are changing. As usual, I park at our old office.
Two weeks ago, I ended a series of posts about the role of Senses in litigation (Taste, Touch, Smell, Sight, Hearing). About the time that I ended those, I ran across something even better. A real scientific explanation of what I was getting at – published in the Journal of Consumer Research. Here it is. So Close I Can […]
Opioid makers capture Congress and the DEA Congress Eliminates DEA Oversight