Who testifies at a Trial in a Personal Injury Case?

In the typical automobile accident trial, in District Court, the driver[s] and other witnesses [if any], and anyone who is claiming injury testify before the court, sitting without a jury. It is rare, but occasionally a treating physician or therapist testifies live in court. Usually though, the medical records and bills are submitted without live medical testimony.

In Circuit Court, the stakes are higher. 

Usually, in addition to the above parties and witnesses, a treating doctor or therapist testifies, live, or by video deposition. Sometimes thorough Baltimore personal injury lawyer employs experts [e.g. a reconstructionist, engineer, law enforcement officer, or the like.] The trial of a personal injury case can be complex. If you are involved in litigation, or are headed that way, and do not have an attorney, you need to consult with one immediately. Please call me to arrange for a complimentary case evaluation and strategy session

 

Can I Switch Lawyers?

The answer is yes. Lawyers are no different in this respect than any other profession. If you were not happy with the work that an auto mechanic was doing on your car -you would find a different mechanic. If you were not happy with the work your...

Is My Car Accident Captured on Film By A Surveillance Camera?

The factual details surrounding a car accident are obviously important. The sequence of events, the timing, the “how” and “why” of the occurrence determines who is responsible for the accident. In Maryland, causation looms...

Personal Injury Claims

Personal injury claims can be thought of as falling into three broad categories. Perhaps the most common are those resulting from negligence. An example would be the careless operation of a car leading to an accident causing injury. Claims may also arise from intentional misconduct like an assault causing injury. A narrow class of claims -called strict liability actions- arise even where the is no wrongful conduct.

What is Mediation in a Personal Injury Case?

Mediation is a process that allows parties in a personal injury lawsuit to resolve the case short of going to trial. Many states have gone to a mandatory mediation process in every case. Maryland courts refer the parties to mediation as a matter of...

What is Involved in Litigation?

Litigation is quite simply going to court. When attempts at reaching an amicable settlement of a case have failed, the filing of a lawsuit is the next step in the process. Statistics show us that most cases settle prior to the filing of a lawsuit....

What are some common injuries from a car accident?

  I represented hundreds of people over the years who have suffered with these typical accident related injuries.  Whiplash Cervical and Lumbar Strains and Sprains Pinched Nerve or Herniated Disc Concussion

What Kind of Lawyer Should I Hire?

When it comes to the decision on “what type of attorney to hire”, I would simply suggest that the analysis used is the same as that used when hiring any other type of professional. The bottom line is that you are going...
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