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    • 1.

      Hindsight Bias in the Courtroom

      by David S. Davis, Ph.D. - 2006-12-08
      People tend, with the benefit of hindsight, to falsely believe that they would have predicted the outcome of an event. More colloquially, hindsight bias could be called the "You should have known all ...
    • 2.

      Personal Injury Accidents on the Rise

      by Ray Meshack - 2006-11-13
      "The negligence of another, whether simple or gross, can bring tremendous personal injuries upon another person. Sometimes, such negligence does not only result to personal injuries but may even resul...
    • 3.

      What is a Personal Injury Case? A Brief Overview

      by Norman Fernandez - 2007-02-11
      It is very difficult for most lawyers to explain in plain language, the intricacies of cases and the law. The reason for this is there is nothing simple or easy about the law. Most of us lawyers spent...
    • 4.

      The Statistics of Medical Malpractice

      by John Luke Matthews - 2007-03-12
      When a doctor, a medical practitioner, or a medical institution caused more harm for its patient rather than good, it was said that he has been negligent in taking care of his patient's welfare and...
    • 5.

      Spinal Cord Injury In A Nutshell

      by John Luke Matthews - 2007-03-12
      There are more than ten thousand new cases of spinal cord injury in the United States every year. The causes of these injuries are mainly vehicular accidents, violence (gunshots or blows), falls an...
    • 6.

      Keeping a Journal about your Personal Injury

      by John Luke Matthews - 2007-03-20
      If you're going to file a personal injury claim, or if you're still planning though, it is good advice that to remember all circumstances related to the injury and to jot them down in a journal. Ta...
    • 7.

      Alcohol and Personal Injury

      by John Luke Matthews - 2007-03-20
      Driving in a state of intoxication is not just a's a threat for many people whose lives are put at risk. Statistics show that a person is killed every 30 minutes due to drunk drivers, wh...
    • 8.

      Negligent Babysitter - Tragic Results

      by Donald P. Schweitzer - 2007-06-03
      Imagine the terror felt by the parents of two toddlers who accidentally drowned in a pond near their home while in the care of an 18 month babysitter. The toddlers supposedly wandered away from their...
    • 9.

      Law How does the California Law Defines Product Liability

      by RAINIER POLICARPIO - 2007-06-28
      In California law, products liability is defined as the accountability of all the responsible parties engaged in the production or manufacture of certain goods for any harm or damaged brought abou...
    • 10.

      Negligence And The Price You Have To Pay

      by Atty. Gabriel Cosh - 2007-06-29
      Often in life we experience a situation where in spite of mustering all the care possible in a given situation still an injury is caused. This maybe due to circumstances which we did not perceive woul...