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In the eyes of the beholder: your client crashed into a stopped vehicle on a straight road under clear skies. So is she at fault? Not necessarily. The science of human perception can help you show how a seemingly avoidable collision was anything but. Feb 1, 2007 3733
Select the right jury for your case: here's how to root out bias among potential jurors during voir dire to strengthen your client's chance of a fair trial. Apr 1, 2004 3420
When poles in the right-of-way are wrong: some utility poles present an unreasonably dangerous condition to drivers. Lawyers can raise the problem's visibility, moving the government and utility companies to take corrective actions. Feb 1, 2003 3998
Paving the way for a road hazard case: government agencies and private companies are rushing to build new roads to handle ever-increasing traffic, and safety concerns are being left in the dust. But plaintiff lawyers can win justice for their clients. Jan 1, 2002 3386

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