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How to Win Your Personal Injury Litigation

plaintiff-101-cover-audioWhen going through a personal injury litigation, it is hard to know who is to trust. But once you have your lawyer on retainer, it is extremely beneficial to be completely open with your attorney. Below is Takeaway #8 from the Amazon Best Seller, “Plaintiff 101″—

Takeaway #8

Do not keep any secrets from your lawyer. If something in your past may hurt your case, tell your lawyer first. In all probability, it’s not as bad as you think. Remember the lessons of history. It wasn’t the break-in that led to Richard Nixon’s downfall. It was the cover-up.

A lawsuit is a team effort between you and your law firm. To achieve a successful result, you must meet your responsibilities with your best efforts. Be open, honest and flexible throughout your case.


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Here’s What You Should be telling your Lawyer

Once  you’ve hired an attorney, it’s important for you to communicate with them fully. There may be some aspects of the case or your background that you have concerns about. DO NOT assume the defense will not find them.

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Takeaway #8 —

Do not keep any secrets from your lawyer. If something in your past may hurt your case, tell your lawyer first. In all probability, it’s not as bad as you think. Remember the lessons of history. It wasn’t the break-in that led to Richard Nixon’s downfall. It was the cover-up.

A lawsuit is a team effort between you and your law firm. To achieve a successful result, you must meet your responsibilities with your best efforts. Be open, honest and flexible throughout your case.


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Win Your Personal Injury Litigation with Takeaway #8

When going through a personal injury litigation, it is hard to know who is to trust. But once you have your lawyer on retainer, it is extremely beneficial to be completely open with your attorney. Below is Takeaway #8 from the Amazon Best Seller, “Plaintiff 101″—

Takeaway #8

Do not keep any secrets from your lawyer. If something in your past may hurt your case, tell your lawyer first. In all probability, it’s not as bad as you think. Remember the lessons of history. It wasn’t the break-in that led to Richard Nixon’s downfall. It was the cover-up.

A lawsuit is a team effort between you and your law firm. To achieve a successful result, you must meet your responsibilities with your best efforts. Be open, honest and flexible throughout your case.


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

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National Face Your Fears Day 2016!

Blank white book w/pathIn  honor of National Face Your Fears Day 2016, we want to remind you that being a survivor of a traumatic brain injury is no small feat – but continuing to fight and get your life back to normal and then adding a personal injury litigation battle on top of that is something that may fill you with fear. Fear of the unknown. You deserve to get your life back to normal, yet the justice system is not an easy one to navigate. That’s what this book is for. To give you inside information and what your lawyer will want you to know in order to have a winning case.

Despite sustaining a traumatic brain injury from my accident, I am the founder and president of Fulfill Your Destiny, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to helping people whose careers have been altered by injury or other unforeseen circumstances. Inspiring stories of people who have been helped can be found at www.fulfillyourdestiny.org under the Who We’ve Helped tab.

Be courageous and fight your personal litigation battle knowing that you have Plaintiff 101, and your attorney, on your side guiding you through. Don’t miss your chance to take advantage of a day that encourages you to face your fears!


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Don’t Expect Sympathy as a Litigant

How can you tell the difference between a dead lawyer in the middle of the road and a dead skunk in the middle of the road? There are skid marks in front of the skunk.  – Anonymous internet “lawyer joke”

Simply stated, the insurance defense industry and its lobbyists have done an excellent job prejudicing people against personal injury lawyers and their clients. Conservatives, such as the former radio personality, the late night with Paul Harvey, exhibited his bias against plaintiffs he believed were making outrageous claims and allegations by referring to them as “suers.”

Dear-Jeremy-work-and-care-006This negative reference to plaintiffs may only be the tip of the iceberg of the hostility that awaits you when you seek to exercise your legal rights against a negligent defendant. As a result, many people do not file suit, in fear of judgment of criticism. As previously noted, the added benefit to insurance companies from this form of propaganda is to poison the jury pool in civil actions.

You might find it in your best interest not to readily tell all of your friends and associates about your personal injury lawsuit – either when it’s in progress or after it is resolved. Keep in mind, defense investigators can talk to any friend, acquaintance, work associate or family member who agrees to speak with them.


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Full Disclosure with your Attorney

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Once  you’ve hired an attorney, it’s important for you to communicate with them fully. There may be some aspects of the case or your background that you have concerns about. DO NOT assume the defense will not find them.

Takeaway #8 —

Do not keep any secrets from your lawyer. If something in your past may hurt your case, tell your lawyer first. In all probability, it’s not as bad as you think. Remember the lessons of history. It wasn’t the break-in that led to Richard Nixon’s downfall. It was the cover-up.

A lawsuit is a team effort between you and your law firm. To achieve a successful result, you must meet your responsibilities with your best efforts. Be open, honest and flexible throughout your case.


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

Click here to >>ORDER<< your copy TODAY!

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