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When a Lawyer and Jury Disagree

In personal injury cases, it’s not uncommon for lawyers to disagree with the jury’s decision; read more about a case where this happened with one of Lipkin & Apter’ injured clients.
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Part 2: Why Your Personal Injury Case Takes So Long To Conclude

There are many actions taken throughout personal injury cases; learn more about the steps that occur later on in the process from the injury attorneys at Lipkin & Apter.
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Why Your Personal Injury Case Takes So Long To Conclude--Pt. 1

Personal injury litigation doesn’t happen overnight; learn more about why certain cases take so long to conclude in part one of Lipkin & Apter’ personal injury process Blog post.
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Does a $29.1 million verdict in a medical malpractice case "prove" the legal system is broken?

A family’s $29.1 million verdict in their medical malpractice case doesn’t prove the legal system is broken; learn more from Lipkin & Apter personal injury attorney, Mitchell Lipkin.
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Employee Trusts Employer to Take Care of Him and Does Not File Workers Comp Claim -- Is There a Happy Ending Here?

Workers compensation cases can get tricky; read how the personal injury attorneys at Lipkin & Apter helped an injured worker fight for his compensation.
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Theoretical Money vs. Real Money

The personal injury attorneys at Lipkin & Apter explain that real money tends to trump theoretical money every time; read more in our Blog post.
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