Skeezy lawyer characters are not new to film or television. Think – The Simpsons character, Lionel Hutz (and enjoy this mashup below). Further, personal injury advertising is sometimes so nuts, it makes the lawyers look – well, a little nuts. This week I enjoyed watching Season 3 of Virgin River on Netflix. #1 – please
A friend recently teased me [Lauren Ellerman ] during a meeting – “Are you really one of the best 100 lawyers in Virginia / Top 50 Female Attorneys in Virginia / Only 1 of 3 Female Super lawyer for Plaintiff Medical Malpractice?” I responded, “I’m not sure – but I appreciate the recognition.” The friend
Was your potential lawsuit or claim declined by our office, or another Virginia attorney? Did someone try to explain that the finances of the case just don’t make sense – or worse, that you could spend two years in Court, for no return? No personal payment at all? We often decline cases because the liens
Ok ladies – let’s talk. Our mamas didn’t sit us all down and explain much about our gal parts – or how to keep ourselves safe – other than – “GO TO YOUR OBGYN.” And so generations of women do very little but an annual or bi-annual pap smear and or visit to the OBGYN.
We hear it every day: The doctors won’t return my calls The nursing staff didn’t tell me she fell I had no idea I was diagnosed with congestive heart failure – shouldn’t they tell me that? I can’t go with my Mom the the appointment, so I don’t know what they told her COVID
I have been in meetings before, when someone has looked at me and said “I want a bull dog as an attorney. Are you a bull dog?” As a complete aside, I have never seen a bull dog attack anyone. Have you? I have seen them snuggle, and snort and love people. So, if you
This is a difficult article to write. It is personal and raw. 8 years ago my husband and I joined a group of parents we didn’t want to join. The group that understands how fragile life, health and happiness can be. A group of parents who has seen their children on ventilators. A group of
Last week, my daughter (age 8) asked me “What is a client?” She had heard me relay some comment to my husband about an old client who called to say hello. “My clients are the people who call me and need help. My clients are people who have had something really bad happen, and they