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AOL 006: How to Start a Personal Injury Law Firm

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The Art of Lawyering | How to Start a Law Firm | Law Firm Marketing | Leadership | Mindset | Productivity

Imagine having a mix of experienced mentors teaching you their expertise, packing decades of research, testing, and tough lessons into a concise curriculum. I’m Christopher Small, and I’ve created one of the premiere lawyer programs available anywhere, and it’s free. This is the show I wish I had a decade ago.

AOL 006: How to Start a Personal Injury Law Firm

In this episode of The Art of Lawyering Podcast I give you another five minute friday listener question. Specifically, the reader wants to know:

I haven’t come across any advice from you or your guests regarding how to survive as a medical malpractice/PI attorney – all contingency based – when first starting a practice. I have tried to find contract/per diem work, but it seems there are no firms in my area that want/need that. Do you have any podcasts that specifically address contingency based practices? Any insight would be greatly appreciate.

To get the answer, all you have to do is watch!

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