On Wednesday, November 29, 2006, I had the honor and pleasure of arguing before the New Jersey Supreme Court on behalf of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America-New Jersey (ATLA-NJ). The issue that was before the Court was whether or not photographs of damaged motor vehicles should be admissible at trial without the accompanying testimony of expert witnesses. The position of ATLA-NJ was that photographs should not be admissible without expert testimony because photos of damaged vehicles, whether major or minor, do not permit one to conclude either way whether or not the occupant was or was not injured. I was certainly honored along with my partner, Michael G. Donahue, Esq. and Anne P. McHugh, Esq. to serve as counsel for ATLA-NJ pro bono. Hopefully, we will have the Court’s decision in the near future.