What the Derek Chauvin Verdict Means for Wrongful Death Cases

Yesterday around 4pm CST, Judge Peter Cahill read the jury’s verdict in the trial of former Officer Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd: guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, guilty of third-degree murder, and guilty of second-degree manslaughter. The verdict came as a welcome relief for many people across the country mourning the death […]

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How Will Autonomous Vehicles Impact Personal Injury Law?

The Google self-driving car has captured America’s (and my own!) imagination. The media is replete with references to all the benefits autonomous vehicles offer. We will be able to work or play on the road and be dropped off at the front doors of our destinations. There will be fewer accidents, and mobility will improve […]

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