Monthly Archives: September 2013

“Ladies and gentlemen, the Constitution of the United States!”

On this date in 1787, delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the document which now, after over two centuries of experience, amendments and interpretation, is the longest surviving foundational document of any nation on the planet. Here is a PDF copy of the article I wrote for the April 2012 Georgia Bar Journal about the … Continue Reading

5 Changes in DSM-5 That Could Affect Your Personal Injury Case

Serious physical injuries can leave scars that are not immediately visible. While we are rather conservative about being too quick to label emotional reactions to ordinary types of injuries as psychiatric conditions such as  Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), it is important to recognize it when psychological injuries are real.  That requires that injury lawyers have … Continue Reading