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Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… is a series that reveals the truth behind the controversial deaths of global icons and people whose untimely deaths were surrounded by scandal and intense media attention. Fact and fiction are forever separated through reconstructions of their final hours using crucial medical evidence from the actual autopsies to explain how and why they died while interviews with friends and family shed light on the events that led to death—finally putting an end to the speculat ...
 
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Chris Nace is a trial lawyer who tries medical malpractice and catastrophic injury cases with his firm, Paulson and Nace, in Maryland and West Virginia. In the pod, Chris and Mike discuss Nace’s transition from general injury cases to medical malpractice and what it’s like to try cases with members of his family. In one of those cases, Chris and hi…
 
This month we review Joss Whedon's new series 'The Nevers'. A Victorian Sci-fi series. We also give our thoughts on the alleged bullying rumours. We talk about what we have been watching this month, what to watch and what to avoid! Enjoy!!โดย James Wheildon
 
OH MY GOD!, The TV Morticians are dissecting something special this week. Its 'Friends - The Reunion'. Seventeen years after the last episode the cast and crew are back to share memories, catchphrases and to answer those burning questions (Yes they were on a break). Oh and somebody let James Cordon in. Could he BE any less funny?…
 
Matt Nakajima and Lindsay Lawrence teamed up to represent a deserving plaintiff and managed to get a verdict in excess of $800,000 during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the pod, Matt and Lindsay break down how they were able to take a very difficult case with very difficult facts and show how an injury to any human has meaning and value. Beyond presenti…
 
This month we dissect Netflix's new series 'The One' based (very loosely) on the novel by John Marrs. We talk about 'Money Heist', 'Flight Attendant' and 'Pennyworth' as well. Most importantly we correct our rather confusing episode numbering... Download the podcast to hear the review...โดย James Wheildon
 
American sweetheart, Patty Duke was Hollywood’s original child star and had charmed audiences for sixty years. In 1963 she was the youngest actress to win an Oscar, for her career defining role as Helen Keller, in The Miracle Worker. She went on to star in The Patty Duke Show, playing identical twin cousins. But in her late teens, life began to unr…
 
Attorney Kenneth “Kenny” Berger of the Law Office of Kenneth E. Berger joins Chris and Mike to discuss how he built a powerful trial firm in the heart of South Carolina and the key components to making his firm run smoothly while he builds his cases for trial. In this wide-ranging interview, Kenny discusses how he manages to focus his efforts on ru…
 
Bill Bixby was a legendary actor, director and producer who had been charming audiences for three decades. He found fame with My Favorite Martian and The Courtship of Eddie’s Father before cementing his stardom in The Incredible Hulk. But late in life Bixby hid the fact he was suffering from a disease that was killing him. World-renowned forensic p…
 
In 2017 rap legend Prodigy unexpectedly died in a Las Vegas hospital. The 42 year old had famously battled sickle cell anemia since birth; the pain of which helped him mold the signature hard core rap sound that propelled him to fame. But shortly after his passing, rumors emerged that Prodigy had choked to death. In this podcast, Dr. Hunter unravel…
 
Provocative and iconic rock star Lou Reed star transformed the face of modern music. From his teens, the founder of the seminal Velvet Underground lived a life of outrageous excess, pushing everything beyond the limit. His fascination with subculture and the underdogs of society inspired his work, most famously with songs such as Heroin and Walk on…
 
On May 17th 2012, the Queen of Disco and First Lady of Love, Donna Summer died at her home in Naples, Florida. While Donna grew up in a strict religious home she would go on to be defined by the raunchy Disco music she made with hit music producer Giorgio Moroder. Donna shrouded her final months in secrecy, with her death coming as a shock to exten…
 
On April 6, 1998 country icon Tammy Wynette was found dead her Nashville home. Her life had been blighted by ill health, failed marriages and an addiction to pain killers. Following her death her daughters sued both her husband and doctor, leading to the exhumation of her body and an autopsy. What will Dr. Hunter reveal from the report? Like what y…
 
On October 10th 2004, Christopher Reeve died in hospital leaving the world heartbroken. The actor’s role as Superman had turned him into a global superstar but after a freak horse-riding accident left him paralyzed, his determination to walk again and his campaigning for America’s disabled community transformed him into another type of hero. The wo…
 
Indiana personal injury attorney Barry Rooth is a widely respected medical malpractice lawyer who has managed to make a real difference in his community by prosecuting rogue doctors on behalf of his injured clients. Barry’s first notable case prosecuting a rogue doctor was featured in a Vanity Fair expose on how Indiana surgeon Mark Weinberger inju…
 
Singer and musician, Gram Parsons, died of drug toxicity at a California motel at only 26. Parsons was one of the great, lost talents of rock music - combining country, folk and rock to create his own original sound. During his short life, he became almost as famous for his drug and alcohol consumption as he was for his music. Dr Michael Hunter is …
 
On 29th November 2001, former Beatle George Harrison died after a short battle with lung cancer. His death at the relatively young age of 58 shocked fans across the world, especially since he had been allegedly been given the all clear just months earlier. So did something go wrong? Expert coroner, Dr. Michael Hunter examines George’s medical histo…
 
On July 4th 2003 singer/songwriter and producer Barry White died of a cardiac arrest at just 58 years of age. The “Guru Of Love” was a self-taught pianist who couldn’t read music. He rose from the tough streets of Los Angeles to become a 100-million-album-selling superstar whose deep-voiced soul music became the seduction theme of the 1970’s. Dr. M…
 
Aaron Hernandez was the youngest player in the history of the NFL and in 2012 his super star skills lit up the Super Bowl. But he was leading a double life. In 2015 Aaron Hernandez, was convicted of murdering Odin Lloyd, the boyfriend of his fiancée’s sister. And at 3.03 am on April 19, 2017, while serving a life sentence, Aaron Hernandez was found…
 
Actress, Carrie Fisher died on December 27, 2016 four days after losing consciousness on a transatlantic flight. She was the daughter of Hollywood royalty, best known for playing Princess Leia in the Star Wars films. But she had a dark side and wrote a series of best-selling books about her battles with addiction. Dr. Michael Hunter unpacks Carrie …
 
John Fisher joins Chris and Mike in Episode Five to discuss how his firm’s guiding purpose “Stopping Medical Injustice” affects nearly every decision the firm makes. Through reading his wildly popular books, “The Power of a System,” and his recent “The Law Firm of Your Dreams,” the legal community knows how passionate John is about protecting consu…
 
In December 1988, the rock ‘n’ roll world was stunned when legendary singer and guitarist Roy Orbison died from a heart attack at just 52. Famed for soul-searching songs like “Only the Lonely,” his career spanned a 30-year period that included the tragic loss of his wife and sons in separate accidents. Some speculated that he worked himself to deat…
 
The legendary jazz trumpeter and composer died suddenly after going checking into a Santa Monica hospital for what he described as a “routine tune up.” He was 65 years old. Rumors of addiction plagued him throughout life, but the exact cause of his death has remained obscure. Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter is re-examining his medical hist…
 
The rock and roll icon dazzled audiences with her blues-soaked voice. She fully embraced the rock n’ roll spirit of the 1960’s and her music career was exploding. But on October 4, 1970, Joplin died alone in room #105 of the Landmark Hotel in Hollywood. She was 27 years old and her body lay undiscovered for 18 hours. Dr. Michael Hunter examines Jan…
 
The business pioneer and Hollywood movie producer changed the course of history. A legendary pilot, he founded Hughes Aircraft Company and owned TWA and much of Las Vegas. But after becoming one of the richest men in the world, Howard Hughes disappeared from public view. Now world-renowned pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter examines the detailed autops…
 
The daughter of America’s favorite crooner, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Natalie became a huge success in her own right, winning nine Grammy Awards in the process. After falling deep into drug addiction, she turned her life around renewed her success. But Dr. Michael Hunter discovers that, in 2008, her dark past caught up with her and set off a chain reaction …
 
The screen legend died of a cardiac arrest in Los Angeles in 2011. Her death caused shock waves around the world at the loss of one of the world’s last great movie stars. Despite her glittering career, Elizabeth Taylor’s life had been blighted by ill health, tragedy and failed marriages leading to addictions to alcohol and prescription drugs. In th…
 
She was the sweetheart of American television and starred in two of the most successful sit-coms of all time. She paved the way for strong, independent women on screen and captured the era’s spirit of freedom and optimism. But behind the smile was a life beset by tragedy, illness and addiction. Moore died of a cardiac arrest in a Connecticut hospit…
 
Robin Frazier Clark is an incredibly accomplished plaintiff’s lawyer practicing in Atlanta, Georgia. She has served as Past President of the Georgia Trial Lawyer’s Association, as well as Past President of the Georgia State Bar Association. Beyond her trial practice — where she has tried over 75 trials (as well as handling over 30 appeals before th…
 
Over a career spanning 21 years he became the heavyweight champion of the world three times and was known as one of the greatest boxers the world has ever known. But in 2016 Muhammed Ali died after a long battle with Parkinson’s. But Parkinson’s is not fatal. So what killed Ali? Dr. Michael Hunter is reexamining the case to see what brought about t…
 
Known as the Godfather of Soul and the Hardest Working Man in Show Business, Brown sold tens of millions of records. After decades at the top, the most sampled man in history was still touring in his 70’s but on Christmas Day, 2006, he died unexpectedly in an Atlanta, Georgia hospital. Renowned forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Hunter, is reopening…
 
The visionary product designer revolutionized the computer world with products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad. His instinct for what the public wanted made his company, Apple, the highest valued corporation in the world. But on October 5th, 2011, Jobs died of a treatable pancreatic cancer which had a high degree of survivability. Dr. Michael Hunter…
 
Jurors care. That’s patently obvious from a recent and righteous verdict obtained by medical malpractice trial attorneys Brendan Lupetin and Greg Unatin on behalf of a very deserving client. Despite the concerns many trial attorneys have about trying a case during COVID-19, Brendan and Greg went the distance and showed that despite the challenges w…
 
The rock music superstar died from cancer just 2 days after his 69th birthday. His death came as a total surprise – but it quickly emerged that Bowie had kept his terminal illness a secret for 18 months, even from his closest friends. Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter takes a fresh look at David Bowie’s death reveals the truth about the circu…
 
The founding member and leader of The Supremes saw her group become one of the most successful female music acts in history. But for Flo, the fame and the pressures of the business were just too much. She turned to alcohol and was kicked out of the band she founded. Within a few years she was a single mother living on welfare, and by the age of 32 …
 
Case Autopsy: The Settlement and Verdict Podcast Tad Thomas, co-host of the official Lawyer Minds podcast, is one of most sought-after CLE speakers in the country, presenting on topics ranging from technology in the courtroom and litigation skills to modern law practice management. He speaks from experience too — Tad is regularly in the courtroom a…
 
The legendary comedian died at the age of just 66 in 2016. His fans and the show business community were shocked. Thanks to sitcoms like the Larry Sanders show, he garnered countless awards including Emmys. Behind the scenes, Garry was obsessively perfectionist and workaholic and he suffered intense stress. He also battled with serious long-term he…
 
The rapper and member of the R&B girl-group TLC was killed in a mysterious car crash in Honduras in 2002. The road was quiet, conditions were dry and initial reports suggest that hers was the only car on the road. Lisa was one third of the phenomenally successful girl band TLC yet at the height of the band’s fame she began to spend more and more ti…
 
Case Autopsy: The Settlement and Verdict Podcast. In this episode, Chris and Mike dissect three cases that Chris recently tried. While one resulted in a defense verdict, Chris explains that the lessons he learned provided him with the right direction for his successful seven figure verdict later that year. To learn more about Chris Finney’s practic…
 
He was a music revolutionary who brought reggae to the world stage. He was also known for his love of playing soccer and subscribing to the Rastafarian lifestyle which promoted healthy living. But on May 11th, 1981 Bob Marley died in a Miami hospital at just 36. Widespread disbelief about the news of his death led to conspiracy theories about a pos…
 
The world was saddened by the news that actor Jeff Conaway had died on May 27, 2011. He was best known for the role of “Kenickie” in Grease. In a career spanning five decades, he was rarely out of work but there was trouble behind his signature smile. Jeff Conaway had a much-publicized battle with alcohol and drug addiction and there was speculatio…
 
He rose from an immigrant family in Pittsburgh to become the trail-blazing leader of the 1960’s pop art movement. Andy Warhol was on the cutting edge of everything – from painting to film, from sculpture to music – and images like his famed Campbell’s Soup Can helped define American popular culture. Yet even as a superstar, he remained an enigmatic…
 
In April 1994, the 27 year-old musician and self-styled “Prince of Grunge,” Kurt Cobain was found dead at his Seattle home with a gunshot wound to his head. A suicide note was found at the scene and the police quickly concluded that Kurt had taken his own life. But for more than twenty years controversy has raged over the cause of Kurt’s death-- wi…
 
Christopher John Cornell was an American musician, singer and songwriter best known as the lead vocalist for the rock band Soundgarden. Cornell was considered one of the chief architects of the Seattle grunge movement in thre ‘90’s and is well known for his extensive song catalog and belting four-octave vocal range. Cornell struggled with depressio…
 
On the afternoon of April 1, 1984, Motown legend Marvin Gaye was shot and killed by his father in their South Los Angeles home. Now renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter is reopening this bizarre case of filicide to discover what was happening psychologically and physiologically to the father and son at the time of the shooting to explai…
 
She was one of the world's most beloved stars and her legendary career in film and stage spanned generations. As a child actor, she rose to superstardom as “Dorothy” in the musical-fantasy The Wizard of Oz. But as well as being famous for her tremendous voice and acting talent Judy Garland was known for her stormy love life and for abusing prescrip…
 
On March 4th 1994, beloved comedy actor John Candy was found dead in Durango Mexico, where he was working on what would be his final film, Wagons East. Candy rose to fame in over 40 films including Splash, Cool Runnings and Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Off-camera, John Candy had battled with his weight throughout his life. But what events unfold…
 
As the gentle giant “John Coffey” in the fantasy-drama, The Green Mile, Michael Clarke Duncan found fame at the age of 42. The 6’5” actor went on to star in a string of Hollywood blockbusters but he wasn’t a typical movie star. He was obsessed with working out and eating well so when he suffered a fatal heart attack in 2012, rumors of a conspiracy …
 
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