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April 19, 2018
Should there be “caps” on damages that juries can award? One of the fondest dreams of insurance carriers is that they will get to continue charging high rates for insurance but that our legislature will cap their potential downside risk.  Big businesses like car manufacturers and investment... Read Full Post
March 29, 2018
Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Help Everyone Talk radio hosts and insurance lobbyists have made their careers criticizing people who file suit – as if using the courts guaranteed by the Constitution was dirty. Who is funding all this talk? People who get sued and their insurance companies, of course... Read Full Post
March 12, 2018
Wrongful Death Lawsuits At my firm we handle a variety of Wrongful Death lawsuits.  Because we work on so many medical malpractice cases, most of the Wrongful Death suits we handle are also medical malpractice cases.  Just yesterday, I had a client call us about a medical malpractice case, but she... Read Full Post
February 17, 2018
The Common Surgery that Can Be Uncommonly Dangerous Hysterectomy surgery--in which a woman's uterus is removed--is an extremely common surgery.  Tens of thousands of American women have this operation done every year.  Over the last several decades, improvements in equipment and techniques have... Read Full Post
February 03, 2018
Chain Dentistry--A Dangerous Trend  As you have no doubt noticed, there has been a sudden proliferation of dental chains—places where you don’t know who the dentist is providing your care, any more than you know who wrapped your hamburger at the last McDonald’s you stopped at.    The way these... Read Full Post
January 21, 2018
The “Conspiracy of Silence” in Medical Malpractice Cases             In a medical malpractice case the injured patient is required to prove his case with expert testimony from another professional to the effect that the defendant failed to provide proper care to the plaintiff.             Such... Read Full Post
January 11, 2018
Gall bladder removal—what surgeons call “cholecystectomy” is one of the top five most common surgeries performed in the United States.  These surgeries are typically performed by “general surgeons” who also perform a large variety of other surgeries. The goal of the surgery is simple:  to isolate... Read Full Post
August 04, 2017
In a medical malpractice case, as in many other types of cases against professionals, the plaintiff is required to prove his case with expert testimony from another professional to the effect that the defendant failed to provide proper care to the plaintiff. Such testimony is often required to even... Read Full Post
August 04, 2017
Tanker trucks are large trucks that either carry or pull trailers capable of handling various liquid, dry bulk or gaseous loads. These vehicles are typically categorized as heavy, medium, or light-duty types based on their load-carrying capacities. Tanker trucks can carry more than one load, making... Read Full Post
August 04, 2017
If you or a family member was seriously injured in a truck accident, or if a loved one was killed in a truck accident, then you should contact our experienced accident attorney, John Polewski, right away. You may be able to hold the responsible party accountable for your injuries in a truck... Read Full Post
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