Author Archives: Sarah Rodriguez

Going mobile: Legal marketers discover QR codes

Where web advertising was once the frontier of the marketing industry, more and more tech-savvy consumers have migrated to a newer form of technology. Mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablet computers, have changed the way we access the Internet by allowing us to take the web on the go. Marketers, including those who work for law firms, are looking to deliver their messages to the mobile web-surfing crowd via QR codes.

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Va. jury awards $1.9 million in construction accident

On a spring day in 2006, Michael Boguess went to help his brother Todd pour concrete at a friend’s house. By that evening, the 39-year-old mill worker found himself lying in a hospital bed, paralyzed from the neck down. After three days of testimony, it took a six-woman, one-man jury only two and a half hours to hand down a verdict of $1,959,971, plus more than $680,000 in interest.

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