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Edelstein Client Testimonial: Lucy Gonzalez

Client Lucy Gonzalez talks about her relationship with Paul Edelstein and how he helped her through a very tough case.

What I Want to Tell Juries but Legally Can’t

In his ongoing series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein points out a flaw in the civil justice system. He is not allowed to tell juries that the person or company who is being sued has insurance. This create scenarios where the jury makes decisions about the severity of a case for the wrong reasons. Watch the video for more.

What Paul Sees Walking Around NYC

If you were an attorney always fighting for the disenfranchised, what would you see when you walk the streets of NYC. In his ongoing series "Pulling Back the Curtain," attorney Paul Edelstein shares his unique perspective.

The Best Advice for Pending Litigation

You've been hurt and you know you will be bringing a lawsuit. So, what do you do to make sure your actions don't negatively impact the case. In his ongoing series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains the very simple advice to follow.

A Jury’s Opinion of Insurance Coverage

In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein tells the story of a case where the jury focused on the wrong thing and ended up getting it wrong.

When to Settle vs. When to Go to Trial?

In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains his philosophy on how to approach the age old question: When to settle vs. when to go to trial?

The Great Equalizer: Contingency Fees

It is no secret that civil attorneys typically work purely on contingency fees. In other words, they only get paid if money is won and the client pays nothing out of pocket. Whatever expenses the cases creates, the attorney is responsible to pay out of his or her pocket. In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains what this means for the client.

Making Social Change (Through the Law)

It is a lofty goal to want to change the world and that truly is what New York City attorney Paul Edelstein aims to do whenever it is possible. In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain", Paul explains how he believes law can help drive social change.

Making a Change (Sidewalk Trip and Fall)

Have you ever heard a story about a person who tripped and fell on a sidewalk and then won a lot of money? Did it make you mad or did you like it? In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain", New York City attorney Paul Edelstein walks the streets of NYC and recalls a case of trip and fall. After watching the video, does this make you think of trip and fall cases any differently?

What Lawyers Can’t Tell Juries

NYC attorney Paul Edelstein is renowned for his genuine honesty and direct talk. As only Paul can do, he gives you a better understanding of what can be said to juries and what cannot be said.

How Much is Your Case Worth?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions of any personal injury attorney. To help you navigate this complex questions, New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains in a candid and sincere way.

What Boxing and MMA Can Learn from the NFL

Ever wonder what is happening in the "Blue Tents" that we see on the sidelines of a professional football game? Paul Edelstein explains.

Edelstein Client Testimonial: Lucy Gonzalez

Client Lucy Gonzalez talks about her relationship with Paul Edelstein and how he helped her through a very tough case.

What I Want to Tell Juries but Legally Can’t

In his ongoing series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein points out a flaw in the civil justice system. He is not allowed to tell juries that the person or company who is being sued has insurance. This create scenarios where the jury makes decisions about the severity of a case for the wrong reasons. Watch the video for more.

What Paul Sees Walking Around NYC

If you were an attorney always fighting for the disenfranchised, what would you see when you walk the streets of NYC. In his ongoing series "Pulling Back the Curtain," attorney Paul Edelstein shares his unique perspective.

The Best Advice for Pending Litigation

You've been hurt and you know you will be bringing a lawsuit. So, what do you do to make sure your actions don't negatively impact the case. In his ongoing series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains the very simple advice to follow.

A Jury’s Opinion of Insurance Coverage

In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein tells the story of a case where the jury focused on the wrong thing and ended up getting it wrong.

When to Settle vs. When to Go to Trial?

In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains his philosophy on how to approach the age old question: When to settle vs. when to go to trial?

The Great Equalizer: Contingency Fees

It is no secret that civil attorneys typically work purely on contingency fees. In other words, they only get paid if money is won and the client pays nothing out of pocket. Whatever expenses the cases creates, the attorney is responsible to pay out of his or her pocket. In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains what this means for the client.

Making Social Change (Through the Law)

It is a lofty goal to want to change the world and that truly is what New York City attorney Paul Edelstein aims to do whenever it is possible. In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain", Paul explains how he believes law can help drive social change.

Making a Change (Sidewalk Trip and Fall)

Have you ever heard a story about a person who tripped and fell on a sidewalk and then won a lot of money? Did it make you mad or did you like it? In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain", New York City attorney Paul Edelstein walks the streets of NYC and recalls a case of trip and fall. After watching the video, does this make you think of trip and fall cases any differently?

What Lawyers Can’t Tell Juries

NYC attorney Paul Edelstein is renowned for his genuine honesty and direct talk. As only Paul can do, he gives you a better understanding of what can be said to juries and what cannot be said.

How Much is Your Case Worth?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions of any personal injury attorney. To help you navigate this complex questions, New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains in a candid and sincere way.

What Boxing and MMA Can Learn from the NFL

Ever wonder what is happening in the "Blue Tents" that we see on the sidelines of a professional football game? Paul Edelstein explains.

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