Need a Stocking Stuffer for your Law Student? Look no further than “Plaintiff 101”

Karen Mertesa Drunk Driving Victim herself and creator of “PLAINTIFF 101” shares her story with us of an unfortunate circumstance. She takes an in-depth look inside the courtroom at the coverage of the legal and technical issues that arise in a drunk driving case. Karen wrote “Plaintiff 101” to serve as a guide to assist both client and lawyer through civil litigation during a personal injury lawsuit.

plaintiff-101-cover-audioLitigation is a team effort between plaintiff and lawyer and it’s not the place for trial and error. “Plaintiff 101” will help the client understand the process, relieve some of the fear and anxiety clients may have, and facilitate effective communication between client and lawyer.

PLAINTIFF 101 is dedicated to anyone who has been or will be a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, to the attorneys who represent those who have been injured due to the negligence of others, and to the American Association for Justice who continues to wage the fight to keep our courthouse open to all citizens.

See what people are saying about Plaintiff 101!

Very useful for ANYONE. You never know what could happen at any moment and always important to be prepared.”

—Amazon Customer

Be sure to gift PLAINTIFF 101 as the perfect gift to law students! “Plaintiff 101” offers personal insight that you won’t find in law schools. The information contained in this book is shared by a lawyer with a distinguished career, who has been part of trial teams with numerous million dollar verdicts and settlements, combined with the efforts of a plaintiff who was successful in her litigation.

For those who are interested in owning Amazon’s Best Seller, “Plaintiff 101” as a valuable resource:

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Above quote excerpted from Plaintiff 101: The Black Book of Inside Information Your Lawyer Will Want You To Know.


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