Litigation

Don’t Lose Your Construction Defect Case on a Legal Technicality

July 6, 2017
Posted in Litigation

Are you contemplating a lawsuit, or have already filed a lawsuit, against a builder or contractor for shoddy or defective construction? Are you thinking about repairing or correcting the defective work before, or during, the lawsuit?  Are you aware that repairing or correcting the defective work without giving your contractor an opportunity to inspect the […]

The A,B,C’s of Medical Malpractice

November 22, 2016
Posted in Litigation

Most people hear the term “medical malpractice” and think of a doctor doing something wrong to a patient that could have been avoided.  Even many lawyers who do not handle medical malpractice cases hold to this understanding.  However, this notion, although loosely accurate, does not explain what really goes into a medical malpractice lawsuit.  To […]

Can Your Social Media Accounts Hurt Your Case?

May 18, 2016
Posted in Litigation

Social media is ubiquitous in today’s society. It is a great tool that allows you to connect with family, friends, and the general public. It allows you to share special moments in your life, and to share interesting stories, photos, or events. It allows you to stay connected even if your loved ones move away. […]

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