When Clients become Cattle: Personal Injury Mills and the Role of the “Intake Specialist”

Why New Clients Meet with Me, and Not an “Intake Specialist.” Several months ago I had a position open at my office for an assistant and received several dozen résumés from well-qualified applicants, several of whom I decided to meet with for an interview. One thing that jumped out at me was the number of… 
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Auto Injury Claim Settled? Don’t Let Your Attorney Recover Absurd Costs

Some law firms may pad their fees by recovering questionable costs Over the course of the last few years, I have had occasion to review several closing or settlement statements from other law firms, and some of the costs recovered appear unreasonable or excessive. A closing statement is a final accounting that a law firm… 
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Florida Auto Accident Personal Injury Attorneys and Medical Codes

As a Florida Personal Injury attorney whom has represented thousands of auto accident injury clients over a 20 year period, I have seen many changes in the way my clients injuries are documented in medical records. One thing they do not teach you in law school is the need to decipher medical codes when working… 
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