"What to open with when meeting a lawyer"
Quickie Consult 1185
Lawyers and Medical 83 L
Preamble: Many of the issues I bring to you are very small, yet each issue is just that, an issue. If you take care of the small issues, then you will be able to build and more importantly, focus on the bigger issues...a larger practice and more family time. -Mark Studin 2006
"Neurosurgeon wanted to have breakfast with me....What I did"
Dr Studin: what is your question?
Guest Dr: after the lawyers seminar, I've been to several lawyers offices to sit down to meet with them, to follow up after the seminar and when they sit down across me at the conference table and they kind of put their arms out and they say, so what can you tell me? Or what do you have for me? what's the best approach to this?
Dr Studin: when you with a lawyer, you always leave with your credentials, have your CV, even if they should say that before you bring it and make sure they have those good qualities. And you say, here's my credentials. They want to make sure that is Prudential to have you in court and then what you do is you have with you if I monthly a book all the bimonthly flyers in the book. Well one of two books, the low speed book for the evidence space book. You have both lists and you tagged three sections in the books. One is on asymptomatic herniated disk, the other was low speed accidents. Everything works. Why does it stop please? Those are the three most prevalent issues to be saved to the word list. Before I asked you, you want to talk about the three most prevalent issues in the nation for the terms? Low speed crashes don't cause any problems. That's a problem. Just cause your client has arthritis doesn't mean all issues are preexisting and the last leads are going to come up with a desintomatics herniate disk so the herniate disk is preexisting, are there any other issues of which one do you want to discuss? The lawyer's going to be blown away because they are going to understand that you get it, you understand what their issues are and whatever topic they bring up in your briefcase You have the book patch, research articles behind that And you've got a highlights research on this. So whatever they talk about, you're going pull out the book. You're going to show them chapter in the book with a research article. You're going to give them the research article and you're going to say, listen, I'm giving you sound bites now I need you to come in and educate you and your staff so you don't lose a case. If that's what's happening around the country, you're going to get motions to dismiss against you. Judges who don't get it, they're going to believe piece of research that's called. You're going to give them the literature and you as an expert in back up, Can you also discuss with them one word issue when you're done that, listen, communications team, when they need to report, they're going to have it. It's pretty good quality document because you've been trained through the state, university of New York, at Buffalo school of medicine on these topics. You could apply on it if it's not a surgical case that explains it all.