Four shocking facts that a jury is not allowed to know about your personal injury case. How Vrdolyak Law Group is fighting to change it.
Believe it or not, it has been AGAINST THE LAW, for juries to be informed of, or have any knowledge of specific significant facts that would have helped these juries see the truth and provide a fair decision on the plaintiff’s behalf.
Here are four significant facts that the Vrdolyk Law Group is petitioning lawmakers to allow juries to have knowledge of.
INSURANCE - Currently juries cannot be informed if the defendant has insurance or not.
TICKET - Currently juries cannot be informed if the defendant was issued a ticket by the police at the scene of the accident.
FIXED OR REPAIR DEFECT - Currently juries cannot be informed if the defendant has fixed or repaired the defect which was a key aspect of the case.
SUED BEFORE - Currently juries cannot be informed if the Doctor/defendant has been sued for a similar negligence in the past.
These facts are of paramount importance to winning your case, yet currently, it is against the law for juries to have ANY knowledge about them.
It is the Vrdolyk Law Group’s mission to change the law, so that it supports your rights!
Following is the actual letter that we sent to Illinois lawmakers.
A Letter to Lawmakers
THE VRDOLYAK LAW GROUP, LLC
July 12, 2011
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