The Rise of David! How to Survive an Injury Against Goliath with Five Smooth, Strategic Stones for Success
The key to success in any battle between David and Goliath – between an underdog and a perennial power – is a focused approach. If you do not concentrate your skills and resources, you are destined to fail. You will be outmuscled or outgunned.
In these future writings, we reveal how the top Alabama personal injury lawyers, wrongful death lawyers and accident lawyers and law firms handle their case processes. Great personal injury lawyers, wrongful death lawyers and accident lawyers and law firms go through a practiced methodology. There is actually a science to beating Goliath, believe it or not. Winning an accident case is no “accident,” which the insurance company wants everyone to believe. Wins do not just “happen.”
In fact, if you fail to follow certain processes (or a certain philosophy about approaching the enemy, if you will) you will make the journey needlessly complicated and difficult.
That being said, here are five “smooth stones” your personal injury attorney, wrongful death attorney or accident attorney or law firm should be using as he or she handles your case:
- Preliminary Strategy
- Early and Thorough Trial Preparation
- Recruitment of An Army of Experts
- Knowledge of The Defense
- Shepherding of the Client
We will discuss each of these in far more detail in the days that follow. The Dothan, Alabama personal injury lawyers, wrongful death lawyers and accident lawyers of the Gartlan Injury Law take pride in using this focused approach when facing Goliath and in sharing this with you.
Aaron Gartlan is a graduate of Troy University and the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law who focuses his practice exclusively on representing those injured by the wrongdoing of others. He is member of the National Trial Lawyers Association’s Top 100 Trial Lawyers, Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. In addition to his legal practice, Aaron teaches Business Law as an adjunct instructor at Troy University’s Sorrell College of Business and serves as a field artillery sergeant in the Alabama National Guard.