Learn the Biggest Secret the Auto Insurance Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know
Seventy-five percent of drivers in California have no insurance or minimum liability insurance. Learn how to inexpensively shift the burden to the insurance companies caused by drunk, reckless, and inadequately insured motorists in my free webinar. That is a bold claim, "inexpensively," but for the cost of a cup of Starbucks Coffee a month, you can learn how. I don’t sell insurance, and I will sell you nothing here.
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About Jim Ballidis:
In my 30 years practicing law in Orange County and throughout Southern California, I’ve handled thousands of personal injury claims arising from auto and other types of motor vehicle accidents. In each and every one of these cases, I’ve looked beyond the paperwork and legal process to truly understand the impact on the victims’ lives and on those of their families, and, as much as possible, to help them overcome the sudden and traumatic experience. It is with that empathy that I seek to inform my family, friends, and all California motorists about the auto insurance that will protect them—so that I can do everything possible to help them fully recover and take back their lives in the event of an accident.
The country's leading independent rating organization of lawyers, Martindale-Hubbell, granted me the AV® Preeminent™ designation for outstanding achievement and professional ethics and the attorney-rating service AVVO bestowed the highest ranking, 10.0, for an attorney on me. I've also published numerous articles and books on personal injury law and motivation and success, as well as discussed these subjects on radio shows, including the Bill Handle Show, Trust Talk Radio with Shadi Shaffer on KOCI 101.5 FM, Angels Radio Network, and KFI.
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