It’s commonplace to learn that persons convicted of criminal acts experienced trauma in childhood. These facts are usually raised in sentencing hearings by criminal defense lawyers trying to help explain, not justify, the criminal act, and to ask the court that [ Read More ]
Emotional Injury – What Is It and Can It Be Proven
Jane, a grandmother, while on the way to visit her grandchildren, was in a car wreck on the road her grandchildren lived. She so feared the location, she refused to visit her grandchildren for years.
“I’m Not The Kind of Person Who Sues”
Often times when I first meet a client who has been harmed by the careless acts of another, I am likely to hear: “I’m not the kind of person who sues.” I like this kind of client because I am [ Read More ]
4 Reasons Why Title IX is Scary for College Kids
I have 3 boys. As a parent, I am scared. As a lawyer, I am angry.