Natural adversaries, insurance companies and plaintiffs attorneys, appear stuck in an endless game of chicken.
And to succeed in that game, it helps to have a resume that is “somewhat convincing,” according to Ronald Weil of Miami firm Weil Snyder & Ravindran, which specializes in sex abuse lawsuits.
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