Some members of the American public have very strong negative feelings about lawyers, especially plaintiff’s lawyers, and the clients those lawyers represent. Terms such as “lawsuit lottery” and “jackpot justice” have been coined and regularly find their way into the media, sometimes as the subject of anecdotal and mythical lore. Eddie Davidson believes that the Seventh Amendment to the United States Constitution teaches and requires personal responsibility to others in a civilized society. He also believes that the people of America should serve as jurors and be allowed to decide cases honestly, fairly, truthfully and in line with the Constitution. For that reason a large part of his practice is devoted to jury consulting and trial consulting with and for other lawyers throughout the country.
Someone has said that the measure of success is achieving the respect of one’s peers. See what other lawyers say about Eddie Davidson.
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