I’m representing a client now in a legal malpractice case where both the lawyer’s liability is crystal clear and the amount of money his error cost my client is crystal clear.

Yet, the malpractice carrier continues to offer less that the loss, making it likely that a case which should have been settled, will be litigated.

It reminds me once when I was trying a jury case before Judge Murphy, when he was sitting in the Superior Court, and an arrogant corporate defendant would admit to nothing and contested every single fact. I argued that “questioning whether the World is truly round, does not flatten the Earth!”