An examination of the use and availability of jury trials in civil actions in Ontario.
Insight into how to determine, plan, work for, and win appropriate damages for your client.
An essay on crafting opening statements to a jury during a Medical Malpractice trial. Excerpts from the Cubello case included.
Expert witnesses are needed in order to properly present a personal injury case to the Court. This paper discusses the rules relating to the use of expert evidence in the Courtroom.
Many people are unaware or their rights when it comes to seeking legal redress.
Though injury-related pain may be very real to your client, juries and others may be biased against accepting it. Read Roger’s strategies for making pain “real” in the courtroom.
An analysis of the growing use of computers and computer simulations in Canadian courtrooms.
This article is a review of strategies for plaintiffs’ advocates who are faced with the challenge of making “visible” the traumatic brain injury which cannot be demonstrated by known radiographic techniques.