Jury Trials – The Importance of Facts September 29, 2009Posted by Attorney Jonathan Groth in FAQ Personal Injury.
Tags: jury trial, personal injury, verdict, Wisconsin Personal Injury Attorney
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If you don’t read Anne Reed’s blog then you’ve been missing out on a ton of great tips and news related to jury trials. It’s on my IGoogle page and I anxiously await every post.
Anne’s latest post is about a personal injury trial from California. In short, you can argue with emotion, logic or both but many times the facts themselves are the most powerful.
Anne will be speaking at this year’s Wisconsin Solo and Small Firm Conference. Don’t forget to register asap.
Largest “Soft Tissue” Auto Accident Verdict in Sheboygan August 28, 2009Posted by Attorney Jonathan Groth in Personal Injury Law, Wisconsin Auto Accidents.
Tags: sheboygan, soft tissue injury, State Farm Insurance, verdict, Wisconsin Auto Accidents, Wisconsin Personal Injury Attorney
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That’s according to the presiding Sheboygan Judge’s memory from his 20 years on the bench. The Jury came back with this verdict in my trial yesterday afternoon. The trial against State Farm lasted about 3 days.
Before trial (this is a topic for another post) and when I returned to the office we did a few searches on Verdict Reporting companies. From what we can find there were no soft tissue verdicts in reach.
Now that the trial is over I’ll have more time to post and get back to my ‘old’ self.
Watch for more posts soon.