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From A Juror’s View November 14, 2008

Posted by Attorney Jonathan Groth in Personal Injury Law.
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Everything is a matter of perspective.  From my perspective I’d love to be a juror.  I’d get to see the “inner workings” of the jury’s deliberation room.  I think most litigators read everything they can about juror behavior (and human behavior for that matter).

The New York Personal Injury Blog has a good post about a juror’s experience.  The juror just happens to be the attorney’s wife.  Take note of the comments in italics.  Attorney Turkewitz makes some very good points.

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 Jon Groth is a Wisconsin Personal Injury Attorney handling cases throughout Wisconsin and most recently in Janesville, Athelstane, Sheboygan and Wauwatosa.

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1. Ace Smith - November 15, 2008

There are times when a company is forced to issue a product recall. But there are also many times when they issue it voluntarily. In very serious cases, there may be a market withdrawal where products will be completely removed from all marketplaces and will no longer be for sale until it is modified and proven safe.

2. Wiley Bush - May 28, 2010

If only more people could hear this.


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