When is a Judgment not a Judgment?

You've worked your file, filed suit, obtained service, filed your motions, and obtained a judgment.  Now, the defendant wants to get out of that judgment.  Can he do that?  The answer is: sometimes.  Listen in as Rebecca and Steve discuss what happens when a defendant files a Motion for Relief from Judgment, when such a motion will succeed in overcoming your judgment, and what happens next.

What’s New, Veritas: Developments in Scene Investigation and Appliance Cases

If your expert could ask your adjuster to do a few things to protect your subrogation case, what would they be?  What's new in the world of appliance cases and water losses related to them?  Join Jason Sullivan as he sits down with Michial Jacob, P.E., Principal Engineer at Veritas Engineering Laboratories to discuss best practices for scene investigations, as well as how developments in appliance manufacturing and design has changed subrogation cases.

Motions for Summary Judgment

Can you really have a trial without a trial?  With a Motion for Summary Judgment, you can.  But are these motions really the dead-end that law students are often taught they are?  Summary Judgment is a real mechanism that is available under the right circumstances.  Listen to Rebecca and Steve discuss when a Motion for Summary Judgment is appropriate, and what you need to do to be successful in it.

Motions for Default Judgment

Motions for Default Judgment seem simple enough - if the Defendant doesn't answer, you get a judgment.  But as with so many things, the devil is in the details.  Listen as Steve and Rebecca get into these details, from what proof can be required to the time limits involved, to when and why a hearing may be needed.