07 Jan Virginia: Brain Injuries – a Lawyer’s Media
Trial is the monthly publication of American Association for Justice (“AAJ”), formerly American Trial Lawyers Association (“ATLA”). Its issue for January 2014 is entitled “Technology @ Work”.
Its lead articles are “THE ETHICS OF SOCIAL MEDIA,” id. at 16-20; “DOES YOUR WEBSITE CLICK WITH CLIENTS,” id. at 22-27; “ESSENTIAL LAW OFFICE TECHNOLOGY,” id. at 28-33; and “BUILD A POWERFUL SETTLEMENT DOCUMENTARY”. Id. at 34-40. Disputed postings on social media mere pivotal in discovery and at trial in Mr. Waterman’s $6,100,000.00 brain injury jury verdict in Circuit Court for Gloucester County, Virginia in 2010, and are increasingly important in personal injury and wrongful death cases.
THE VIRGINIA STATE BAR REQUIRES ALL LAWYERS TO POST THE FOLLOWING DISCLAIMERS ON ALL CASE-RELATED POSTS. MR. WATERMAN’S CASE RESULTS AND CLIENT TESTIMONIALS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. THEY DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE BY HIM.