Why Causation Matters In A Medical Malpractice Case

Why Causation Matters In A Medical Malpractice Case

Why causation matters in a medical malpractice case. Over the last couple of weeks, we have been able to speak with individuals who have suffered bad results while in the care of doctors and hospitals. Because of these results, some people have thought that a medical...

How Can You Screw Up Your Deposition?

How can you screw up your deposition? This is something that was bluntly asked of me by someone who had watched one of our previous educational videos. After digging deeper and asking follow-up questions, the person wanted to know what are some ways in which a person...

Differences Between A Jury Trial And A Bench Trial?

What are the differences between a jury trial and a bench trial? This is an issue that still comes up on our YouTube page (BostonLawGroupLLC), as it is the source of comments and video views. Although I did a video on this issue years ago, because of its popularity, I...

Settlement Check The Same Day As Case The Settles?

I am taking the time to explain this issue because there can be a lot of confusion surrounding this point. So, will you get your settlement check the same day as the case settles? The short answer to the question is that in general you will not get your check the same...

Final Settlement Number May Not Be Your Final Number

When settling a case, the final settlement number may not be your final number.  When a person suspected that a family member or themselves have been a victim of medical malpractice, there are certain things that they need to know.   When people feel that the...