The Defense Can (and will) Legally Destroy Evidence In Your Case

Defendants are only required to preserve evidence that they “think” is relevant to the case Unfortunately, the Defense can (and will) legally destroy evidence related to your case. That’s because “document retention policies” don’t require preservation of evidence unless there is a “litigation hold” or “preservation hold” in place. Simply, if you don’t tell the…

To sue? Or not to sue?

At some point after you’ve been hurt, you may face a decision – to sue or not to sue. “Suing” means filing a case in court (“litigating”), usually after you’ve tried to resolve the claim with the insurance company before going to court (“pre-litigation”). Typically, this decision must be made in one of 4 situations…