Personal Injury Litigation

Personal Injury Litigation

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Personal Injury Special Section

 

How Technology Is Changing Personal Injury Litigation
By CARTER MARIO

Each and every day law firms everywhere are using old, antiquated techniques and methodology in an attempt to gain perspective and ultimately win cases, both at mediation and in the courtroom. A recent trend among personal injury litigation firms has been the use of new technology to improve the overall case, and reinvent how an injury case is handled.

Examining The Duty To Preserve Evidence
By JOHN LOGAN

A client asks you to investigate a potential medical malpractice matter. You immediately seek all the relevant medical records only to discover that a portion of the records, vital to the determination of the matter, no longer exist.

 

After Viral Progressive Case, State Should Rethink Bad Faith Insurance Laws 
By DAVID M. BERNARD and JENNIFER L. AMDUR

By now, millions of people have read Matt Fisher's blog posting entitled "My Sister Paid Progressive Insurance to Defend Her Killer in Court."

 

A New Threat To Work Product Privacy
By MICHAEL A. D'AMICO and BRENDAN FAULKNER

The duty of zealous advocacy requires a lawyer to insist on the absolute discovery immunity afforded to her opinion work product.

 

 

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