Andrew Daniel Myers’s Guides

Andrew Daniel Myers

North Andover Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Anatomy of a Jury Trial - 2

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, almost 4 years ago.

    This is the second part of a two-part guide. After lunch, I immediately brought the lunch time observations to the attention of the court. And, one by one, the judge called each juror up to the bench for private questioning. Had the juror seen the client at the bar? Had they see...

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  2. Anatomy of a Jury Trial - 1

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, almost 4 years ago.

    My first jury trial came less than six months after I became an attorney. I had tried some bench trials, meaning only to a judge, no jury. But, this case was a sure loser. The law firm I worked for assigned the case to the attorney at the lowest position of the pecking order: me....

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  3. PERSONAL INJURY: "Can I Sue?"

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, almost 4 years ago.

    A common question here on AVVO is Can I sue for something that has happened. The actual question that is more meaningful is whether there is a feasible, viable claim that has a strong enough basis to warrant recovery. For example, one can sue. But, without a basis for the suit a...

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  4. PERSONAL INJURY: Authorization for Release of Medical Records & HIPAA

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, almost 4 years ago.

    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, [usually referred to as HIPPA] places certain restrictions upon and guidelines for the release of medical information. Your medical records are absolutely confidential between you and your medical provider. Under the privil...

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  5. PERSONAL INJURY: Long Distance Driving = Formula For Negligence

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    The rules of the road are taught in drivers education but based on driving habits, are quickly forgotten. When motor vehicle operators violate the rules, drive aggressively and cause accidents, a finding of negligence is not far behind. This is true whether the negligent operator...

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  6. PERSONAL INJURY: Rules of the Road and Highway Accidents

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Violation of the rules of the road can underlie a finding of negligence. Where motor vehicle operators, in contravention of rules of the road, drive aggressively and cause an accident, a finding of negligence is not far behind. This is especially true of highway driving, where co...

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  7. PERSONAL INJURY: Violation of Highway Rules of the Road = Negligence

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Violation of the rules of the road can underlie a finding of negligence. Where motor vehicle operators, in contravention of rules of the road, drive aggressively and cause an accident, a finding of negligence is not far behind. This is especially true of highway driving, where co...

    5 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  8. PERSONAL INJURY: Rules of the Road & Pedestrians

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Violation of the rules of the road can underlie a finding of negligence. Where motor vehicle operators, in contravention of rules of the road, drive aggressively and cause an accident, a finding of negligence is not far behind. With respect to pedestrians, there are rules for bot...

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  9. PERSONAL INJURY: Violations of Rules of The Road on Traffic Lights

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Violation of the rules of the road can underlie a finding of negligence. Where motor vehicle operators, in contravention of rules of the road, drive aggressively and cause an accident, a finding of negligence is not far behind. Some of the more misunderstood rules of the road cov...

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  10. PERSONAL INJURY: Rules of the Road - Speeding & Negligence

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Speeding is a main cause of motor vehicle crashes. When speeding, you need more distance to react and safely stop your vehicle. 1. You must never travel too fast for prevailing conditions. That is the fundamental rule of the road regarding speed. Even if the speed limit is high,...

    4 people found this Legal Guide helpful