What's trending in chiropractic and personal injury

The key to current and future success


The only constant in the Doctors PI Program is it NEVER stays the same. The courts change, we change. The needs of the carriers change, we change. We market test new ideas, products and services for you to deliver...and we bring them to you multiple times per month.

Megatrends by John Naisbitt in 1982: This is the name of a book written many years ago and was a glimpse into the future of business, life and how we should prepare ourselves to function to ensure success and happiness. Much of what was in that book came to reality and those that prepared for the future succeeded. Those that didn't spent most of their time trying to catching up.

This program and your affiliation with us gives you that edge because we see the trends nationally and know what will effect you in your city and state usually well before it happens. Because we currently have clients in 43 different states and lecture to lawyers in 23 different states, I get to see what is happening and what the trends are in the chiropractic and personal injury-legal professions, court rulings, legislation and insurance tactics. Although I don't claim to see everything going on, I see enough to understand where the industry is "trending" and can make recommendations so that you are prepared for success in the near and distant future. This holds true not just for your personal injury practice, but your entire professional career.

I laugh when I see most of my competitor's make recommendations because they feed into what people believe to hold true that works. As a result, they are making recommendations that were successful 5, 10 or 20 years ago, but the "death knell" of a practice today. If you do not keep up with the changes, you are destined to a lifetime of mediocrity and that is unacceptable to me. Unless you are in the courts nationally learning today's standards, you cannot see where we need to go as a profession. That is the foundation for a successful personal injury practice.