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  • If A Case Goes To Trial, The Defendant's Liability Insurance Carrier Hasn't Paid A Dime
    If A Case Goes To Trial, The Defendant's Liability Insurance Carrier Hasn't Paid A Dime

    People often think that if a case goes to trial that the plaintiff already got money from the defendant's liability insurance carrier and that the plaintiff must be trying to squeeze more money from ...

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  • Insurance Company Fast-Ones
    Insurance Company Fast-Ones

    When someone does something wrong and causes you harm and injury, you make a claim under that person's insurance policy to recover money as compensation for your losses. The most common example is in ...

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  • What a Jury Doesn't Hear
    What a Jury Doesn't Hear

    The end of the road for any personal injury case is a jury trial. Jury trials are risky endeavors and both sides of a lawsuit often make every effort to settle a case without having to have a jury ...

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  • Jury Selection
    Jury Selection

    Jury selection, called voir dire, is probably the most important part of any Missouri personal injury jury trial. Jury selection is the part of the trial where you pick your jury from a panel of ...

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