Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner

7130 Glen Forest Drive Suite 400
Richmond, VA 23226, United States

Contact: Irv Cantor

  • 800-648-1488
  • 804-644-9205

Medical Malpractice: Do Not Overlook the Case Against the Manufacturer Representative Who Engaged in the Unauthorized Practice of Medicine

Our law firm has noticed an alarmingly and rapidly growing trend in many patient charts we have reviewed: the presence of manufacturer representatives who have taken such active roles in the patient’s health care that their…more
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Tractor-Trailer Accident Cases: Do Not Overlook the Tractor-Trailer With Defective Brakes

Many tractor-trailer collisions are caused because of the defective nature of the brakes of the tractor-trailer. Tractor-trailer brake systems typically use air pressure rather than hydraulic fluid to engage the brakes. Such…more
| Personal Injury, Transportation

Tractor-Trailer Accident Cases: Do Not Overlook the Tractor-Trailer That Exceeds the Maximum Weight Limit

In an effort to haul as much materials or cargo as possible, tractor-trailers often are loaded to their maximum capacity. The massive size and weight of such tractor-trailers present unique issues when they are involved in…more
| Personal Injury, Transportation

Tractor-Trailer Accident Cases: Do Not Overlook the Driver Who Exceeds the Maximum Driving Time

In this day and age of rapid transport of goods and tight shipment deadlines, it is not at all uncommon for tractor-trailer drivers to work long hours on the highway. Sometimes the weariness of long, continuous highway driving…more
| Personal Injury, Transportation

Tractor-Trailer Accident Cases: Do Not Overlook the Driver Who Exceeds the Maximum Driving Time

In this day and age of rapid transport of goods and tight shipment deadlines, it is not at all uncommon for tractor-trailer drivers to work long hours on the highway. Sometimes the weariness of long, continuous highway driving…more
| Personal Injury, Transportation

Traumatic Brain Injury: Loss of Smell and Taste After Brain Injury

It is not uncommon for patients who have suffered a traumatic brain injury to have full or partial loss of smell and/or taste. Such dysfunction can be devastating to the patient. It also can be potentially dangerous since the…more
| Personal Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury: Tinnitus (Ringing In The Ears) After Brain Injury

Many traumatic brain injury patients suffer tinnitus – ringing in the ears. For most of these patients, the tinnitus is temporary, but for some it is permanent. Tinnitus may be in one ear or both ears and can be a ringing,…more
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Traumatic Brain Injury: Complex Partial Seizures: An Often Overlooked and Undiagnosed Condition After Brain Injury

Complex partial seizures are electrical disturbances that originate in a focal portion of the brain and result in functional symptoms controlled by that portion of the brain. These electrical disturbances usually start in the…more
| Personal Injury

Trial Practice: Do Not Overlook the Opportunity to Develop Effective Trial Exhibits

Jurors often indicate that a single exhibit in a case was a primary reason for their verdict. In such circumstances, the exhibit was invariably something that conveyed an inescapable truth about the case. It could be a…more
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Trial Practice: Does It Really Make Sense to Take the Deposition of Your Opponent’s Expert Witness?

For most trial lawyers, it is a knee-jerk reaction to schedule and take the deposition of the opposing expert witnesses. Indeed, it is rare for trial lawyers to go to trial without first having taken the depositions of the other…more
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Trial Practice: Formulate a Case Expense Budget for Every Case

Horror stories abound about trial lawyers who have litigation expenses escalate out of control in their cases. Too often are heard cries of: “We had to settle the case because the costs of continuing the case were just too high”…more
| Personal Injury

Mock Trial Arbitrations and Mediations: A New Approach To Case Resolution

In many cases, the stumbling block to settlement is the parties’ polar opposite views of what the likely jury verdict will be. Impasse is typically reached in these situations when the parties dig their heels in, often declaring…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Law Practice Products & Services, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Professional Malpractice

Mock Trials and Focus Groups: How Are They Conducted?

The goal of the trial lawyer in using a mock trial or focus group in his or her case is to obtain objective information from a group of individuals demographically similar to the real jurors. Consequently, the mock trial or…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Law Practice Products & Services, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Professional Malpractice

Mock Trials and Focus Groups: Are They Helpful?

A mock trial or focus group is the most important tool available to a trial lawyer in preparing his or her case. How can a trial lawyer best assess how jurors may react to issues, claims, witnesses, and parties? Gut feeling?…more
| Personal Injury

Spinal Cord Injury: Contusions and Compressions of the Spinal Cord

The most common types of spinal cord injury are contusions and compressions. Unlike most other parts of the human body that get contused (bruised) or compressed (pressured), the spinal cord when so affected can lead to severe…more
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