Signup to Settlement Part 2: Cases

By Albert Stoll
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Key Takeaways

  • Learn how to distinguish good cases from bad cases
  • Understand the different career paths of a trial lawyer
  • Know how to refer cases to other lawyers

Course Overview

There are many factors to consider in determining whether a case is worth taking on. The goal of this session is to help new personal injury attorneys tell the good cases from the bad, and how to avoid losing money in the process. Resources include article, "Drawing a Line in The Sand: To Litigate or Settle the Auto Claim," a new prospect contact sheet, an exemplar evidence preservation letter, and more.

Includes an interview with products liability attorney Ben Fields.

Includes an in-depth interview on new client and contract issues with attorney Jonathan Arons.

"A Verbal Contract Isn't Worth The Paper It’s Written On." - Samuel Goldwyn "To get opportunities to develop your trial skills, you will have to fight for them." - Rick Friedman, On Becoming A Trial Lawyer

Publication Date: October 23, 2015

Length: 1hr 19min

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Meet the Presenter(s):

Albert Stoll
Albert Stoll, Jr. is a San Francisco Bay Area attorney who dedicates his career to standing up for the rights of individuals who have been the victim of catastrophic personal injury, insurance bad faith, nursing home neglect, elder abuse, and dangerous pharmaceutical drugs. In his more than 15 years of practice, Al has handled more than 40 jury trials. He is the recipient of Martindale-Hubbell‘s “AV” peer rating and has been named a Northern California Super Lawyer every year since 2006. In 2009, Al was awarded the prestigious 2009 Civil Justice Award by the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association, given to attorneys who show integrity, grit, tenacity, ethics, and great advocacy skills, and who contribute to the betterment of consumers and/or injured victims and their families. More...

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