As many of you know, we strive to provide more solid information to consumers than any other law firm. We do this by publishing a variety of free books, some critical of insurance companies and some critical of misleading or non-informative lawyer advertising (Pit bulls, fistfulls of cash and gory accident scenes don't give you any useful information, do they?) We get positive feedback, have a steady flow of new cases and, importantly, are helping to improve the image of trial lawyers in the United States. Here's part of an email I got this morning:
"...When I get the disability package I will read it. Without being "nice" I can honestly say, the information you sent (about malpractice) was the best I ever read on the subject, and the clearest on any subject from any lawyer. I hope I don't need your services, but if I do, you've got the job."
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