“The Jury Thinks What?” podcast discusses everything there is to know about trying cases. From preparing the case before the lawsuit is filed all the way to trial. And most importantly, how to understand what the Jury is thinking.
The 10 Rules of Voir Dire w/ John Fisher
Many lawyers agree that a case can be lost in Voir Dire. If it is that important, how do you go about conducting it right? This question can puzzle even the most confident of lawyers. Acclaimed trial lawyer and author John Fisher can help.
Cross Examination of the Nursing Home Caregiver w/ Brian Jasper
Experienced lawyers can take many different approaches to conducting cross examination of caregivers and nurses in a nursing home case, but how can you get them to make your point? Brian Jasper of Thomas Law Offices provides the answer as we review his recent cross examination that led to a multimillion dollar verdict in Kentucky.
What Makes a Trucking Case Different? w/ Jay Vaughn
We always hear about how different a trucking case is from a standard car wreck case. Listen to Jay Vaughn, certified trucking lawyer, explain the differences and take us step by step through the important truck inspection process.
How to Approach the Trial w/ Sean Domnick
What do you do when you feel overwhelmed with an upcoming trial? Sean Domnick, a Palm Beach trial lawyer and the Vice President of the American Association for Justice, discusses how he prepares for and succeeds at trial.
He will discuss what works and what does not while representing those in need during their most vulnerable time. Sean will also explain the recent changes in stroke cases that he and his firm are concentrating on.
Trial Tips to Get to an 8 Figure Verdict w/ Bob Genis
There are certain themes and persuasive ideas that permeate every trial. Host Saul Gruber is joined by New York Trial Lawyer extraordinaire Bob Genis with tips and ideas to maximize the verdict in your next trial.
Tales From the Crash Worthiness Lawyer w/ Brian Chase
What do you do when faced with what appears to be a car that did not operate the way you think it should have and a serious injury took place? Brian Chase walks you through this type of case and talks about the age-old question, do you simply refer the case or handle it yourself with help?
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