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Ron Miller

I wrote a post about it. I don't think it is very practical for most personal injury cases because defense lawyers don't spend a lot of time thinking outside of the box on those cases, largely because they don't have the authority to do so.

marc

I've noticed this happening more and more to save time and money

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