Coulter Boeschen is an attorney and legal author practicing
in the San Francisco Bay Area. He specializes in complex legal research and
writing, as well as publishing legal material that explains the law to
attorneys and the general public. He has contributed more than two dozen
chapters to a wide array of legal treatises and practice guides, a number of
which are cited as secondary sources in official California jury instructions.
He provides expert legal commentary for LexisNexis on California’s Unfair
Competition Law and continuously revises and updates several flagship Matthew
Bender/Lexis legal publications, such as the New Appleman Insurance Practice
Guide. At last count, he had written close to eighty articles aimed at
explaining the law to non-attorneys. Coulter received his law degree from the
University of Michigan Law School in 2003. He can be reached at boeschen “at” gmail.com for legal work and
When he isn’t practicing law or writing about it, Coulter
enjoys exploring the Bay Area and beyond with his wife and son.
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Articles By Coulter Boeschen
Hysterectomy is a fairly common procedure, but it's not without risk. In some cases, the medical provider could be liable if things go wrong.
C.diff is a type of hospital acquired infection that can lead to legal claims against the medical provider.
Kaiser patients cannot usually sue for medical negligence. Instead, they must go through binding arbitration.
If the victim of a dog bite was taunting, aggravating, poking, or otherwise provoking the dog, the owner may be off the hook for injury liability.
Can you sue someone for knowingly infecting you with a sexually transmitted disease? Can you sue someone for disclosing that you have an STD? Both cases may be grounds for a lawsuit.
A look at the factors that determine the settlement value of a shoulder injury insurance claim or lawsuit.
Learn about the types of errors in procedure - or judgement - that can lead to a lawsuit against the doctor by spinal fusion patients.
After an assault, a criminal case can be brought by the government, and a personal injury (civil) case may be brought by the victim.
If someone has wrongfully sued you or prosecuted you for a crime, you may have a valid malicious prosecution or abuse of process claim.
Here's what goes into determining the value of a slip and fall injury claim against a negligent property owner.