Witnesses & Injuries
The same general rules of evaluation should be applied to the credibility of the witnesses. The witnesses’ testimony must be consistent, not only with itself, but with other known facts. While appellate courts are fond of pointing out that preponderance of the evidence does not mean a greater number of witnesses, that sort of preponderance should be taken into consideration in evaluating the case.
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