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Want to Know What It’s Like Shooting Video in the Lawyer’s Video Studio?

Listen in as a really smart attorney tells us what it was like during his video shoot with me. Brent Adams, a Raleigh, North Carolina personal injury attorney describes his experience shooting an entire day of video in the Lawyer's Video Studio. Listen in to hear what he has to say. It's worth your time. Continue reading

Lawyers Video Studio-Sept. 10′ Online Newsletter

In this month's newsletter, we welcome four new law firms to the Lawyers Video Studio. Learn how really smart attorneys are using video to market themselves today. Read about the newest law firms who recognize how important video is to market their law practice. Read about 4 different ways I've used video in the last few months to market my own practice. Find out why you don't want to be a videographer and learn all the technical mumbo-jumbo. Continue reading

Cross Examination Ruins Expert's Credibility; NY Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains

You know the saying “you just had to be there?” In this video I show you two things that happened during a recent cross examination of a medical expert in a trial I recently handled. These two things destroyed the doctor's credibility even though he had excellent credentials and was a very experienced witness. Watch the video to learn what happened. Continue reading

What's a Video Deposition? NY Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains

Your treating doctor tells you that he cannot come in to trial since he will be away at the time of your trial. What do you do? Is there some way you can take the doctor's testimony to be used at trial? Watch the video to learn what a video deposition is and how it can be used at trial in New York. Continue reading

What is a Charge Conference? New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Oginski Explains

A charge conference is not what happens when your credit card company calls to find out why you went over your credit limit. Nor is it a strategy session with the people in charge of the running of the bulls. Rather, it refers to... Continue reading

What Does 'Preponderance of Evidence' Mean? New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Explains

Watching TV we hear that the prosecutor has to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. However, in a medical malpractice or accident case in New York, that is not the standard that we must meet in order to prove that we are entitled to compensation. Instead, we need only show that we are more likely right than wrong that what we are saying is correct. This is known as the preponderance of credible evidence. If the jury determines that we are more likely right than wrong, then the injured victim is entitled to be compensated for the harm that they have suffered. Continue reading

NY Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains What is "Mediation?"

Have you ever heard the term 'mediation'? Do you know what it is and how it can help resolve your case? Watch the video to learn more. Continue reading

Observations Your NY Trial Lawyer May Not Tell You

No, it's not something confidential. Rather it's a few observations about the procedure of being in court and trying your case that many lawyers simply don't tell their clients. It has to to with procedural things that go on and the mechanics of getting into the court house. Watch the video to learn more. Continue reading

Podiatry Alert: $1.5 Million Medical Malpractice Verdict in Westchester

A Westchester woman was awarded $1.5 million in a case involving improperly performed foot surgery. According to sources, she had a Lapidus bunionectomy performed in 2005 to her right foot. She claimed that during the procedure, too much bone had been removed from the first ray, specifically the medial cuneiform. In addition, she claimed that the first metatarasal was improperly positioned. As a result of being properly performed surgery, she claimed that the forces of her foot while weight-bearing shifted to the second and third metatarsals, causing pain, discomfort and irritation whenever she walked. Continue reading

Unrecognized Bone Infection Leads to Death-NY Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains

Learn how a woman who had "routine" bunion surgery by a podiatrist was dead nine months later from post-operative wound complications that were never recognized or treated. Learn what osteomyelitis is. It's a bone infection. In this case, this woman's underlying bone infection was never recognized or treated. This was a preventable tragedy. Continue reading

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I think that video is the future and you’re looking 5 years down the road, I think that the importance of television and radio are going to diminish and the importance of internet is going to rise. I think that anybody seeking to get a competitive advantage in their market needs to take the initiative and work on that now. And this is an opportunity to get in ahead of the curve and gain a competitive advantage.

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