Monthly Archives: March 2012

Spokane Personal Injury | Facebook Is Evidence

Every lawyer recognizes that destroying evidence prior to trial is wrong and unethical. But what about destruction of a Facebook page prior to trial? Turns out, removing photographs or altering a Facebook page can result in the trial court issuing … Continue reading

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Spokane Personal Injury Lawyer | What Is A Life Worth?

In our legal system, individuals who are injured or killed due to the negligence of others are compensated with an award of money. As Paul Luvera writes in his blog, justice “can only be done by comparing the harm done … Continue reading

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Originally posted on West Virginia Personal Injury Lawyers:
A new study from Universite de Montreal neuropsychologist Dave Ellemberg found that the kinds of injuries caused by sport-related concussions affect adolescents’ working memory, the brain function that allows us to process…

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Spokane Personal Injury Lawyer | The Power of Silence

Recently, I was reading my new favorite blog (Keenan Trial Blog) when I stumbled upon a post about the power of silence. In the post, entitled “Silence is Golden,” Keenan opines that a great trial lawyer must “master the art … Continue reading

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