Trial is the quarterly journal for the American Association for Justice (“AAJ”), formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association (“ATLA”). Its issue for April 2017 is emblazoned “DAMAGES” and subtitled “Jurors’ minds – What’s beneath the surface?”.

Its 7 featured articles are: “UNDER THE SURFACE,” id. at 22-28; “FIVE WAYS TO DRIVE DAMAGES,” id. at 30-31; “DROPPING THE ANCHOR,” id. at 34-36; “THE NEXT GENERATION OF JURORS,” id. at 38-40; “GET THE PICTURE,” id. at 42-47; “A ROAD MAP FOR YOUR CLIENT’S FUTURE” and “PROTECTING YOUR LIFE CARE PLAN,” id. at 48-54; and “UNSPOKEN”. Id. at 56-57.

The April 2017 Trial also reports a vehicle crash case in its “Verdicts & SETTLEMENTS”. Under “NEGLIGENCE,” “Boston Whaler collides with fishing skiff, severely injures sisters” marquees a 2016 New Jersey jury award of $9,500,000.00. Id. at 10, 12.

Mr. Waterman has been a member of AAJ/ATTA over three decades. His law practice focuses on vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, and other cases of wrongful death, brain injury, paralysis and other significant personal injuries.