Personal Injury

Learning the Art of Concession

, The Legal Intelligencer


In the mostly uncertain world of personal injury law, one thing is for sure: There is no such thing as having seen it all. The seemingly straightforward rear-end motor vehicle accident will inevitably lead us on twists and turns we never expected. Our clients and other witnesses will never testify as expected. We will often be caught off-guard by the unknown crimen falsi conviction, the undisclosed prior injury or the neutral witness who contradicts our client's testimony.

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  • Christopher Everspark

    It‘s amazing what can happen in court when one expects to go the other way.

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