Water Quality Data in Environmental Litigation

Water Quality Data in Environmental Litigation

Water Quality Data in Environmental Litigation; When a case involves environmental chemistry (water, sediments, soils, rocks) or animals (population sizes, distributions, habitat relations) getting the statistical analyses of available data correct — and communicating them to the finders of fact… Continue Reading

Settle vs Hassle: Mediation can help put a construction project back on track when it becomes adversarial

Construction by its very nature is adversarial. On a typical remodel anywhere in America, a homeowner enters into a contract with what are usually perfect strangers to rip up, demolish and then rebuild the single most personal and valuable asset… Continue Reading

What is an “Age of Injury” Report, & How to Effectively Use It to Determine Causation?

Age of Injury Evaluation

A picture is worth a thousand words.  For litigation purposes, diagnostic images have become a vital tool in leveraging the perception of the case.  There is currently a scientific method of determining whether an injury was related or unrelated to… Continue Reading

Maritime Slip and Fall: Expert Testimony on “Coefficient of Friction”

Accidents on ship cruises frequently involve slips, and falls on food or spilled beverages and rain on pools decks, making the surface dangerous or defective. The question of liability is based on the surface’s “coefficient of friction”, which means the… Continue Reading