Today's entry is the part two of Jim Heneghan's blog on the admissibility of evidence to support your case.
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Today, Jim Heneghan explains what the law is on the admissibility of post-accident repairs.
Erica Cross Conti shares advice on how one can achieve a healthy "work-life balance".
In Mitchell v. Shikora , the Pennsylvania Supreme Court wrestled with the issue as to whether evidence of surgical complications and risks are admissible in a medical malpractice case. Ty Smith explains.
If you are searching for a vehicle in 2019, one thing will be clear – it is hard to find a vehicle without a keyless push button ignition. Today, Erica Cross Conti shares the dangers of keyless vehicles.
Being injured on the job can be a devastating event for hardworking West Virginians and their families. Zak Zatezalo explains.
Jay Stoneking explains what the word "syllabus" means in the heading that reads "Syllabus by the Court".
The United States District Court for the Northern District of California rejected Bayer AG’s bid for a new trial this month following a California jury’s verdict of $80.27 million to man who blamed Roundup weed killer for causing his cancer. Bayer AG (who purchased Roundup manufacturer Monsanto)...
Do you have a favorite time of the day? Bordas & Bordas intern Monica Minor shares how she has become a morning person.
As we come off of a major heat wave and head into the dog days of summer, Erin Dodd encourages all to beat the heat with some fun!