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By Jim Ballidis
Are you treating your injury lawyer like your hairdresser, uncomfortable with making a change because of loyalty?
By Jim Ballidis
I recently wrote about a communication workshop I attended for four days. This was no ordinary workshop. It was intensive, and not focused on law, but relationships, and internal and external communication. I shared some insight on internal communication in the previous article, and how that can impact your communication. This note will reveal some insight I received on external communication: the impact on others.
By Jim Ballidis
Do you wonder how to be a better communicator? From a personal injury lawyer, here are a few ideas that might help.
I have studied effective communication all my career as an injury lawyer. New revelations come to me all the time. This last weekend, I spent four days in a communication workshop that focused solely on internal and external communication – the things I tell myself, and the way I communicate with others. Both are important because they influence the result of the communication.
You probably know you need a lawyer, but you think, What am I going to ask the lawyer? How will I see if this is a good lawyer for my case? You might even hear yourself saying, “It is not about money. I want to be compensated, but I am not a sue-happy person.”
If you are asking yourself similar questions, you are in the right place.
by Jim Ballidis
You know you need to hire a lawyer! Some of you see a lawyer as an adversary, one you will control. This article is not for you. For everyone else, can you avoid being intimidated by your lawyer? Yes; by hiring the right lawyer – one that makes you feel important and listens to you.
In a recent study, a significant percentage of clients said they did not feel lawyers listened to their concerns or their opinions. Let my 35 years as a personal injury attorney suggest some strategies that can help you hire the right attorney for you.
When we send our children to school, we are relying on the educational system to keep them safe. Kids get hurt every day when negligent school systems fail to maintain a secure environment. What recourse do parents have when their children are injured at school? One option may be to hold the school district accountable through a premises liability claim.
It doesn’t matter if you are riding Thunder Mountain at Disneyland or a Tilt-A-Whirl at a local fair; accidents happen from time to time. While massive amusement parks like Disneyland or Knott’s Berry Farm have an entire staff of people making sure the rides are operating safely and efficiently, places like the OC Fair and Balboa Fun Zone do not have the same resources to dedicate to the safety of their rides.
If you’ve been injured in an accident you need all the help you can get, and you need it as soon as possible. Unfortunately, that means that some injury victims pick the first attorney they find rather than making an informed choice. Before you hire a personal injury attorney, it’s important to educate yourself and find the right fit for you and your case.
For anyone living in California, it is crucial to educate yourself on what happens to you in the case of a personal injury. Unexpected injuries can happen at any time and often they occur due to the negligence of others, causing you pain and suffering both physically and mentally.
If you are a California resident, there are strict personal injury laws you should be aware to protect you and your family and it is very important you understand the basics of these laws. In the article below, we’re going to take a “deep dive” and review each of these personal injury laws and the affect they could have on you and those you love.
John Wayne Airport in Orange County constitutes the primary airport serving Orange County and the surrounding areas of Southern California.The airport saw 4,584,147 people board planes during a recent one-year period, and massive amounts of cargo moved through the airport.The combination of TSA security screening delays, long lines at check-in counters, and gridlock traffic force many travelers to rush through the airport.Given that John Wayne Airport is the sole major airport servicing Orange County, millions of people face the risk of suffering an injury in a fall when proper maintenance and clean up precautions are not observed.The chaos and crowds create the risk of slipping on a puddle of spilled coffee or tripping on construction obstructions in walkways.
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