an attorney’s perspective. It’s also meant to help people understand what they can do to make sure their case is handled properly, and that they get the best results possible.
Lawyers write books about themselves and various topics, such as how to take care of one’s own personal injury case, but I have never seen anyone do what I’m doing: giving away trade secrets and really showing a client what they should expect from their attorney. Many attorneys probably won’t like that I am airing this stuff out because it holds them to a higher standard, but that is the reason we became attorneys—to be held to a higher standard and to take the stress off the client’s shoulders and put it onto ours.
I want this book to help clients gain more knowledge and be comfortable with their personal injury cases. I want clients to know how to search for the right attorney, and to know exactly why they need one. I also want to instruct clients on how to ensure that their case is handled properly, whether it has to do with communication, holding the attorney accountable, or settling the case.