Thought leaders from around the world contribute their perspectives on landmark cases, new legislation, and legal perspectives on new technologies, business practices, and civil procedure.
In 2021, Adam Malone recovered more than $38 million in settlements for catastrophically injured clients, while continuing his leadership roles outside the courtroom to enhance the profession for injury lawyers.
Featuring the top legal talent from The Best Lawyers in America, Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America and “Lawyer of the Year” recipients for personal injury and medical malpractice as well as thought leadership from some of the nation’s top lawyers.
When Medical Malpractice Defendants Are Better Able To Cope, Lawyers Are Better Able To Do Their Jobs
Lawyers face heavy challenges when dealing with difficult medical malpractice defendants. The Winning Focus, LLC, founded by Gail Fiore, offers coaching and support to defendants feeling the burden of difficult courtroom battles.
Lubin & Meyer Continues to Secure Medical Malpractice and Injury Results That Protect Victims and Inspire Change
A bad car accident left me reeling, but my worst symptoms wouldn’t appear until two weeks after. If it weren’t for excellent legal representation, there’s no way I’d have made it through—or with anything close to the settlement I got.
An unfortunate episode with a rogue body waxer left me itching like mad, in pain and wondering what sort of recourse I might have. A journey through the hairy underbelly of a sometimes dicey industry.
Our 2022 Georgia's Best Lawyers publication features top-ranked legal talent in Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Greater Atlanta, Macon and Savannah.
Lawrence J. Buckfire
Which factors will most influence the settlement amount in a case involving a dog attack? Here’s an overview.
Victor H. Pribanic recalled the excitement of returning to the courtroom in late 2021 for a medical negligence case that could help set a new course for Pribanic & Pribanic’s trial advocacy.
Our New England's Best Lawyers 2022 publication features top-ranked legal talent in New England.
Many lawyers fail to identify and diagnose traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in personal injury disputes. But it can be critical to your case—and render any potential settlement or award far more advantageous for your client.
Many factors make litigating claims of nursing home abuse and neglect challenging, including patients who are immobile or suffer from dementia and limits on damage awards. Recent case results and proposals to Congress aim to inspire lasting change.
Paula Birch Billingsley
Suddenly becoming a personal injury client gave one law school student a new appreciation for clients’ needs and concerns. Here are some considerations even experienced lawyers ought to keep in mind.
Frank L. Branson
I’ve picked up a lot in the courtroom in five decades of practice. Here are some strategies, tips and other pointers to help make your trial experience smoother—and successful.
The nation’s highways are more clogged than ever with 40-ton 18-wheelers that don’t take safety seriously enough. This must change—and it’s up to both state governments and private industry to make it happen.
David M. Carter
Black box data retrieval after a serious accident—it’s not just for commercial airplanes anymore.
Paul D. Friedman
How the science of traumatic brain injuries has improved in recent decades—and what those advances might mean for victims of these horrific ailments in the courtroom.
As the pandemic (fitfully) recedes at last, is it once again safe to travel internationally? It is—if you take a few common-sense steps ahead of time.
From a silent victim of hometown segregation to Air Force captain and lawyer of consummate skill, Karen Evans exemplifies leadership—and vows always to help those who seek to follow her path.
Best Lawyers combines the trust of industry referrals with state-of-the-art technology to help clients find the right lawyer.
Victoria E. Langley
The battle against robocalls and phone scammers is as old as communications technology itself. Thankfully, the federal government has stepped up its efforts to combat the scourge.
Brett J. Schreiber
Think the roads are safer because people are cooped up at home? Think again. Hidden dangers, made worse by the economic effects of the pandemic, are perilous for drivers everywhere.
Scams related to the pandemic have been a major growth industry the last 12 months. Here’s what to watch out for—and how to fight back.
Mario Giannettino & Steven Weiner
The pandemic sent shockwaves throughout the already burdened U.S. health-care system. Still, there are several measures providers can enact to ensure they’re ready for litigation should it come to pass.
Want to save money by dealing with unregulated amateurs in hair care or a hundred other professions? You might be courting disaster, as my tormented tresses will testify.
David M. Carter
Use of electronic medical records has exploded in recent years. Their adoption has brought forth an unintended consequence: the ability for unscrupulous caregivers to alter the facts of a case. Forensic experts are helping lawyers fight back.
Rachel A. Shrewsbury
Product safety can seem like an abstraction, but when I was a child faulty vehicle design proved all too real—and almost deadly. Three cheers for the consumer advocates who work tirelessly to keep defenseless kids from irreparable harm.
As Regan Zambri Long celebrates its 25th anniversary, co-founder and two-time Medical Malpractice “Lawyer of the Year”, Patrick Regan reflects on some of the firm’s most notable resolutions.