Case Autopsy Podcast #10 – Establishing Liability and Damages in a Serious Injury Case w/ Rob Sachs

Published on Oct 11, 2021
Case Autopsy is part of the family of podcasts brought to you by Lawyer Minds. In this podcast, we explore recent verdicts and settlements from around the country to try and distill down the best techniques for you to apply in your cases.

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Christopher J. Finney

Christopher J. Finney received his law degree from St. Louis University. Upon graduation, he accepted a position as an assistant circuit attorney in the Circuit Attorney’s Office in St. Louis. While at the Circuit Attorney’s, Chris handled a variety of …

Mike Campbell

Mike Campbell heads the Columbia, MO office of Thomas Law Offices and concentrates his practice on motor vehicle and medical negligence litigation. He is on the Board of Governors for the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, is an associate editor …

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Attorney Rob Sachs of Shrager and Sachs joins Chris and Mike to discuss how his firm works endlessly to ensure their seriously injured clients are compensated to the fullest extent of the law. In the episode, Rob breaks down his work on a significant injury case for a pedestrian who was hit while walking in a crosswalk. Some of the challenges in this case involved the financial circumstances and age of the plaintiff, as well as the defendant’s ability to garner sympathy.

Most lawyers believe they can handle an auto vs. pedestrian case, but Rob shows us how we can handle them well. At the outset of this case, Rob’s firm and investigators began canvassing the scene to gather evidence. As you’ll hear in the Pod, the quick work done by Rob’s firm provided evidence that was critical in establishing liability. Rob also explains how he built his damages case and the steps he took to ensure he could present the best damages case possible.

We are grateful for Rob’s time and willingness to share his wealth of wisdom on the Pod.

To learn more about Rob’s practice, please visit his website: https://www.shragerlaw.com/about-us/

Do you have a verdict or settlement you want to discuss on Case Autopsy? Feel free to email Mike at Mike.Campbell@thomaslawoffices.com.