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This blog is designed to educate and inform you about recent news and how it may impact your legal case in New York. I have provided commentary and opinion and welcome your comments to keep the conversation going.

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6/26/2018
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Objection Judge! The Defense Lawyer is Whining! Lawyer Yells

What's the purpose of an objection during trial? It's really to let the judge know that something's wrong. It's to alert the judge that there's a problem and

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1/23/2018
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A Horrible Example of Lawyers Giving Closing Arguments

I took my daughter to court today. She's interested in law. She got to hear closing arguments in a slip and fall case. They were horrendous. Just awful.

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10/13/2017
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Exhibits: Numbered or Alphabetical | NY Law Firm Explains

It doesn't matter if it's a medical malpractice trial, an accident case or even wrongful death that goes to trial. In New York each one involves exhibits.

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10/10/2017
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The Judge REFUSED to Help Us Negotiate | NY Med Mal Lawyer

Multiple experts on both sides. In court every day. No attempt to ask if negotiation was possible. New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Gerry Oginski explains.

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6/22/2017
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What Happens If YOU DON'T Show Up for Your Malpractice Trial

If they don't see you because you decided to say screw it and hope your lawyer can try your case without you, you're mistaken. NY Med Mal Lawyer explains.

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6/19/2017
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Can a New York Lawyer Refuse to Make Opening Arguments

When happens when the doctor says your case is baloney, you are faking your injuries and your case doesn't have any merit - this NY Med Mal Attorney explains.

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6/3/2017
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Why the Best Attorneys Don't do a Touchdown Dance | NY Law

What if your New York injury lawyer were to celebrate after scoring some points against this opposing witness? Do you think the jury would appreciate it?

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6/1/2017
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Suing For Injuries | Negligent Behavior | NY Injury Law Firm

New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer explains why an attorney who intentionally ignores a key weakness in your case is doing you and your case a disservice.

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6/1/2017
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New York Attorney Makes This Argument At Trial | Med Mal Law

Six jurors will have to decide if your doctors wrongdoing caused your injury. If the answer is yes they will decide how much money you are to receive.

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8/14/2016
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Lawyer Entices You to Sign Up with Him | NY Injury Law Firm

To an injured patient looking to bring a lawsuit seeking the lure of a fast cash settlement is enticing. Discover why this usually doesn't work in New York.

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3/10/2016
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Yelling and Screaming During Cross Examination | NY Lawyer

Its important to have a clear strategy about the information you are trying to obtain from the witness as shared by New York Medical Malpractice Attorney

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1/5/2013
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The Threat of Taking a Verdict in a Medical Malpractice Trial Here in the State New York

Every trial lawyer you speak to who handles medical malpractice, accident cases or wrongful death matters here in New York will tell you they have no hesitation to taking a verdict in a case that goes to trial.

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8/20/2010
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Improperly Performed Sinus Surgery: Permanent Injury

The intricacies of the human body are complicated. One of the most perplexing areas of the human body is the human head which houses the ears, eyes, nose, and mouth. Each body part is as important as the sensory ability they enable. That is why a mistake during a medical procedure on one of these areas can be tragic. That is what happened to a woman in New Jersey who suffered permanent and debilitating eye damage while undergoing a "routine" sinus operation.

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