Proximate Cause - An Important Practice Tip for Personal Injury Lawyers

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In this video, Carol Steinour Young of McNees Wallace & Nurcik LLC provides an important practice tip for personal injury lawyers when preparing their case for mediation or trial. In addition to focusing on duty, breach, and damages, remember to focus on whether the accident actually caused the alleged injury (proximate cause).

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