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I thought, well, there is a model for direct examination with clients who have been really significantly injured that you could actually do a whole direct examination on what the client is now able to do.

Reflecting on 30 Years of Practice

In this episode of Civilly Speaking, host Sean Harris talks with Brian Wilson, an attorney from Canton, OH. Brian has been practicing law for over 30 years. He recently sat down and reflected upon what he has learned during that time. Throughout the episode, Brian shares those reflections in hopes they will benefit other attorneys.

Reflecting on 30 Years of Practice

In this episode of Civilly Speaking, host Sean Harris talks with Brian Wilson, an attorney from Canton, OH. Brian has been practicing law for over 30 years. He recently sat down and reflected upon what he has learned during that time. Throughout the episode, Brian shares those reflections in hopes they will benefit other attorneys.

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…but I guess what I’m trying to do is just start or maybe adjoin if I’m not aware of one that already exists, a dialogue in our profession, that it’s something that we should be moving to.

Statistically Speaking

In this episode of Civilly Speaking, host Sean Harris talks with Hans Nilges, an attorney from Massillon, OH. Hans believes plaintiff attorneys are lagging behind other great professions when it comes to decision theory. Throughout the episode, Hans makes his case for evidence based legal decision making.

Statistically Speaking

In this episode of Civilly Speaking, host Sean Harris talks with Hans Nilges, an attorney from Massillon, OH. Hans believes plaintiff attorneys are lagging behind other great professions when it comes to decision theory. Throughout the episode, Hans makes his case for evidence based legal decision making.

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Those are things that later we can discuss with the insurance company regarding duties under duress, things my client has to do because they can’t sit around without working, because they can’t afford their life if they do, but it has a value and so the best way to get to that value is to provide the insurance company or to provide defense counsel with handwritten notes from the client.

Make the Most of Your Client Intake

In this episode of Civilly Speaking, host Sean Harris talks with Ashley Rutherford Starling, a trial attorney from Columbus, Ohio. Ashley offers valuable information on the client intake process when handling garden variety personal injury cases.

Make the Most of Your Client Intake

In this episode of Civilly Speaking, host Sean Harris talks with Ashley Rutherford Starling, a trial attorney from Columbus, Ohio. Ashley offers valuable information on the client intake process when handling garden variety personal injury cases.

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