Trial is the monthly law journal of the American Association for Justice (“AAJ”), formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association (“ATLA”). Its issue for October, 2014, is entitled “INSURANCE” and subtitled “Are your clients covered?”.
Trial’s October lead articles are “The Future of Future Medical Damages,” id. at 16-20; “NAVIGATING THE UNFRIENDLY SKIES OF ERISA REIMBURSEMENT,” id. at 22-27; “THE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE POLICY’S POTENTIAL,” id. at 28-30 and 32-34; and “FILLING THE VACANT PREMISES VOID”. Id. at 36-41. Another of its insurance articles is a vehicle accident one, “PRESUIT TIPS FOR UNINSURED/UNDERINSURED MOTORIST CLAIM”. Id. at 31.
October Trial also features the medical malpractice article, “GALLBLADDER SURGERY GONE BAD”. Id. at 44-50. “A patient who has sustained a bowel injury generally will show evidence of marked deterioration rather than rapid improvement,” id. at 46; and “[t]ime is of the essence in treating this [common] complication because of devastating consequences that can follow if treatment is delayed,” id. at 45, such as peritonitis and death.
Mr. Waterman has been a member of AAJ/ATLA for decades. He routinely handles vehicle accident cases; medical malpractice, including bowel perforations; and other serious personal injuries, 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.