Blog Posts in 2016

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  • United States v. Texas (update)
    United States v. Texas (update)

    It’s 4:30 am the first morning of trial when my alarm kicks on to a song from the Rocky 4 soundtrack. I’m not tired. I’m stoked. I pop out of bed and savor every drop of that half cup of coffee I ...

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  • Behind the Scenes Part X: What really happens at the initial client meeting
    Behind the Scenes Part X: What really happens at the initial client meeting

    Leaving empowered . People who are injured often feel hopeless. Many times on any given week, I will have clients who will call or stop in who are overwhelmed and feel hopeless. They feel like they ...

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  • Behind the Scenes Part IX: What really happens at the initial client meeting
    Behind the Scenes Part IX: What really happens at the initial client meeting

    On the same page . Ask questions. Anything. There are no stupid questions. We will give you a bunch of literature to take home about all stages of your personal injury case (which equates to about ...

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  • Behind the Scenes Part IIX: What really happens at the initial client meeting
    Behind the Scenes Part IIX: What really happens at the initial client meeting

    Formulating a Plan. If we decide to take your case, you will leave our office with a huge weight lifted from your shoulders and you will leave with a plan. If you are getting medical treatment, we ...

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  • Behind the Scenes Part VII: What really happens at the initial client meeting
    Behind the Scenes Part VII: What really happens at the initial client meeting

    The Contract. Well, we can’t work for free. And we also realize that the client can’t pay us directly and hourly to work on their personal injury case. That’s why we work on a contingent basis - - ...

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  • Behind the Scenes Part V: What really happens at the initial client meeting
    Behind the Scenes Part V: What really happens at the initial client meeting

    Please don’t take case rejection personally. Usually, when you come to our office for a consultation, I will have a pretty good idea if you have a case we would take. But sometimes we need to turn ...

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