Read My Lips

Eisenbaum, Michael S.
June 2011
Best's Review;Jun2011, Vol. 112 Issue 2, p76
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of the personality, credibility and demeanor of a plaintiff in assessing general or noneconomic damages in personal injury cases. It says that the plaintiff is the key factor in the jury's decision to determine the value to be awarded in general damage claims. Moreover, the jury should assess the evidence demonstrating the trauma and emotional suffering the plaintiff has suffered which includes photographs, medical records and testimony of the physician.


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