As a Gadsden Lawyer, I often wonder what result a jury would reach if they knew all the facts. Yes, you read that right. In almost every trial, facts are hidden from jurors. The rules of evidence prohibit certain evidence from being introduced to a Jury at trial and those rules often provide an unfair advantage to the Defendants and their insurance company at trial. Because one of the areas we practice as Gadsden lawyers is in the field of personal injury, I’m going to start there and use an automobile accident case as an example.
Let’s assume that the Plaintiff was injured in an accident after the Defendant’s vehicle...Read More