Levinson Law Group Blog
Blog: May 2017
May 25, 2017
Developing Your Case with Impactful Photographic Evidence
Everyone loves a good story, including judges and juries. If you want to win your case or personal injury claim, then you have to tell a better story than your opposition. Take a page from the most popular modern storytellers – moviemakers – and add a visual element to your case. In...
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May 23, 2017
Catastrophic Injuries Call for Greater Compensation Amounts
When pursuing a personal injury claim for compensation from a negligent party, it is crucial that you have a clear idea of just how much you will actually need to cover all of your damages. Otherwise, you might inadvertently settle for an amount that is much smaller than what is...
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May 18, 2017
Rusheen v. Cohen: Reestablishing Litigation Privilege After Defendant Plays Coy
Trying to sweep problems under the metaphorical rug is never a good idea, especially in legal settings. If a judgement is filed against you, basically the only two options you have are acknowledging and complying, or acknowledging and tryi...
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May 11, 2017
Using Hearsay Statements as Evidence Requires Preparation
Hearsay statements used as evidence in trial are always cast in a skeptical light from the beginning. Not many judges or legal professionals want to admit that something said out of the courtroom could actually be useful, or even true. But, of course, all the doubt in the world cann...
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May 08, 2017
Gordon Levinson Authors Article on Objections in Deposition
Firm Founder Gordon Levinson frequently shares his insight on personal injury law with members of the legal profession through regular contributions to local publications and attorney organizations. This includes his continued involvement with Consumer Attorneys of San Diego (CA...
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May 05, 2017
Dealing with Expert Witnesses
Expert \ ‘ek-spert. Syn see specialist, authority, connoisseur, bigshot, maven. Eventually, your career as a litigator will bring you face to face with one of these, and you will have to know how to deal with the situation. I remember my first expert deposition. I didn’t handle it so well. I was representing a real […]
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