How to make sure your lawyer is doing what he is supposed to be doing

Let’s face it: you place an awful lot of trust in your injury lawyer.  When you’re disabled and need a lawyer, you may have no choice than to simply put all of your trust in your lawyer and hope for the best.  But there’s a little secret for you: TRUST is a bad thing!

Usually, you don’t know your lawyer and you may have just picked him from a phone book advertisement. If that’s the case, why do you just trust the lawyer to do the right thing for you. Instead of just hoping for the best and blindly trusting your lawyer, you need to make sure the lawyer is protecting your rights.

But easier said than done, right?

Now there’s help on the way for you.  Our audio recording of, The 3 Little Secrets your Injury Lawyer will never tell You, lists the inside secrets of injury and malpractice law.  Discover how you can protect yourself from financial ruin if your lose your injury case;  find out how you can make sure your lawyer is doing his job; discover why you shouldn’t sign a retainer agreement that protects your lawyer’s right, but not your’s.  The answers are right here—it’s up to you to protect your rights.

You can get a free audio recording of The 3 Little Secrets your Injury Lawyer will never tell You, simply by providing your name and email address on the home page of our website and you can listen to the audio recording whenever you want. Or if you’d like the audio CD, just provide your name and address in the opt-in box and the audio CD will be mailed to you.  New York residents will get the audio CD for free.

But do yourself a favor—don’t sign any forms or speak with an injury until you listen to the audio recording of The 3 Little Secrets your Injury Lawyer will never tell You.  It’s time that you stop blindly trusting your lawyer and the right questions so your rights will be protected from day one of your relationship with your injury lawyer.