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Peter Early joined Ringler in 2005. Prior to that, Peter worked in the US Senate for Senator Lincoln Chafee in Washington, D.C. His office is located in Bedford, New Hampshire.

Barry J. Nace

Barry J. Nace

It’s no secret that today the medical malpractice area is one of the most difficult areas of litigation. Plaintiffs not only have to deal with the physical effects of medical malpractice but also the challenges that they face in the courts.  On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes Attorney Barry J. Nace, senior partner at Paulson & Nace in Washington DC to look at the process for the medical malpractice plaintiff in the trial court and specifically deal with how the biases of some judges can affect the result.

A work of a plaintiff attorney isn’t always about filing lawsuits and going to trial. In this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen along with co-host and colleague, Manny Valdez Jr. welcome Attorney John Gomez nationally recognized trial attorney from the Gomez Law Firm in San Diego, to highlight the work of a plaintiff attorney, and connecting with members of the community through public service. You’ll also hear about specific cases that plaintiff attorneys are taking on that might surprise you.

The Plaintiff Bar and the National Structured Settlement Trade Association (NSSTA) have a longstanding relationship critical to helping clients make the best financial choices after an award in a lawsuit. In fact 70% of plaintiff attorneys indicate they retain a structured settlement consultant to assist in the negotiations of claims settlements. Join Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and co-host Tom Murray from Ringler, with special guests, J.P. Steele, President of NSSTA and Randy Dyer, NSSTA Executive Vice President. Listen and hear about a new survey NSSTA commissioned on plaintiff lawyers and structured settlements.