Spoilation of Evidence – What is that?

      Spoilation of evidence, also known as destruction of evidence, can be performed on evidence of all types–paper records, electronic records, hard drives, cell phones, social media platforms such as Instagram, etc.  Spoliation can be negligent or intentional and can be committed by the person or persons bringing the injury claim or the […]

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What is Spoilation of Evidence? by Katherine Neal (Video)

Spoliation of evidence is a real concern regarding personal injury claims. Sometimes key pieces of evidence go missing or are “accidentally” destroyed. This can be detrimental to a plaintiffs case. In this video Katy Neal with Carey Leisure and Neal talks about spoliation of evidence and how it can effect your claim.

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What Are Punitive Damages? by Katy Neal (Video)

What exactly are punitive damages? These are damages awarded to a plaintiff, which are intended to punish a defendant for exceptionally egregious or neglectful behavior. In this video Katy Neal with Carey Leisure & Neal breaks down the meaning and implementation of punitive damages. Drunk driving and accidents caused by texting while driving are different […]

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