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Apr. 12, 2024

What would a jury do?

Former insurance defense lawyer Wendy Kramer handles PI cases with complex medical issues.

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Personal injury, general civil
Justin L. Stewart / Special to the Daily Journal

When she is mediating a dispute, Wendy Kramer says what she thinks about the case is not too important. What matters is what the parties think "and what do they think a jury is going to conclude."

She describes her mediation style as facilitative. That entails "a lot of heavy listening trying to get to the heart of why it is that the case hasn't settled and what we can do to resolve it," Kramer said.

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