Articles From Nicholas T. Motherway

Look closer at that healthcare lien for unpaid bills when a client has health insurance By Nicholas T. Motherway Tort Law, December 2018 Although receiving a healthcare lien for a client's treatment can become routine, it is important to make sure to take a look at whether the underlying bill on the lien was paid. 
Illinois Evidence Rule 406 and the admissibility of habit evidence for the individual plaintiff or defendant By Nicholas T. Motherway Tort Law, March 2015 Can the prior acts of an individual rise to the level of being a habit and be introduced as evidence under Illinois Evidence Rule 406?
Illinois Evidence Rule 406 and the admissibility of habit evidence for the individual plaintiff or defendant By Nicholas T. Motherway Bench and Bar, March 2015 Can the prior acts of an individual rise to the level of being a habit and be introduced as evidence under Illinois Evidence Rule 406?

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