A Day in the Life of a Small Firm Attorney: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury

Posted on 02-20-2015 by
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The life of a medical malpractice litigator is hardly the courtroom theatrics-filled one depicted on screen. In reality, days are filled with research, investigation, poring over medical records and building a strategy and a case. Plaintiff or defense, there’s a great deal to do and to learn along the way.

Attorneys will benefit from our speakers’ guidance as they walk you through such important day-to-day operations as reviewing medical records, preparing experts and filing pre-trial motions.

Date: 3/11

Time: 1:00 PM (ET)

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Speakers

  • Brandon Bass specializes in products liability, medical malpractice, and trucking lawsuits. He also speaks and writes frequently on the topics of personal injury and wrongful death legal issues. In 2011, Mr. Bass earned the highest rating available to lawyers from Martindale-Hubbell, the AV® Preeminent ranking, based on peer review.
  • Bob Graziano is a trial lawyer who focuses on healthcare and business litigation. Mr. Graziano is well-respected in the legal community obtaining many awards including: AV® Preeminent ranking, The Best Lawyers in America® for Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants (2013 - 2015), and was selected as an “Ohio Super Lawyer” by Ohio Super Lawyers magazine (2005-2015).

Comments


Anonymous
Anonymous
Posted on : 10 Jun 2015 5:37 PM

I would love to see a day in the life like this! It's  always been interesting to me to see the lives of attorneys on TV although I know that it's glamorized. I'd love to see the real in's and out's of an actual attorney! Thanks for sharing. www.fairbankslaw.com/personal-injuryworkers-compensation

Jared Banz
Jared Banz
Posted on : 11 Jun 2015 1:22 PM

Thanks Fairbanks Law. If you want to see the webinar recordings from this series, please check out our YouTube channel. www.youtube.com/.../UCQGresohIG8UlYQ-c1k3Xig

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