Case Autopsy is part of the family of podcasts brought to you by Lawyer Minds. In this podcast, we explore recent verdicts and settlements from around the country to try and distill down the best techniques for you to apply in your cases.
Establishing Liability and Damages in a Serious Injury Case w/ Rob Sachs
Attorney Rob Sachs of Shrager and Sachs joins Chris and Mike to discuss how his firm works endlessly to ensure their seriously injured clients are compensated to the fullest extent of the law. In the episode, Rob breaks down his work on a significant injury case for a pedestrian who was hit while walking in a crosswalk. Some of the challenges in this case involved the financial circumstances and age of the plaintiff, as well as the defendant’s ability to garner sympathy.
Medical Malpractice Verdict in Rural West Virginia w/ Chris Nace
Chris Nace is a trial lawyer who tries medical malpractice and catastrophic injury cases with his firm, Paulson and Nace, in Maryland and West Virginia. In the pod, Chris and Mike discuss Nace’s transition from general injury cases to medical malpractice and what it’s like to try cases with members of his family. In one of those cases, Chris and his father tried a difficult, multi-week trial in West Virginia involving a birth injury. Nace breaks down the theory behind his case...
$800k Verdict During the Pandemic w/ Matt Nakajima & Lindsay Lawrence
Matt Nakajima and Lindsay Lawrence teamed up to represent a deserving plaintiff and managed to get a verdict in excess of $800,000 during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the pod, Matt and Lindsay break down how they were able to take a very difficult case with very difficult facts and show how an injury to any human has meaning and value.
Building a Trial Firm w/ Kenny Berger
Attorney Kenneth “Kenny” Berger of the Law Office of Kenneth E. Berger joins Chris and Mike to discuss how he built a powerful trial firm in the heart of South Carolina and the key components to making his firm run smoothly while he builds his cases for trial. In this wide-ranging interview, Kenny discusses how he manages to focus his efforts on running a successful practice and working within that practice to obtain outstanding results for his clients...
Holding Rogue Doctors Accountable w/ Barry Rooth
Indiana personal injury attorney Barry Rooth is a widely respected medical malpractice lawyer who has managed to make a real difference in his community by prosecuting rogue doctors on behalf of his injured clients. Barry’s first notable case prosecuting a rogue doctor was featured in a Vanity Fair expose on how Indiana surgeon Mark Weinberger injured more than 350 people performing unnecessary and harmful surgical procedures...
The Power of a Purpose w/ John Fisher
John Fisher joins Chris and Mike in Episode Five to discuss how his firm’s guiding purpose “Stopping Medical Injustice” affects nearly every decision the firm makes. Through reading his wildly popular books, “The Power of a System,” and his recent “The Law Firm of Your Dreams,” the legal community knows how passionate John is about protecting consumers from medical malpractice and negligence...