Top Three Podcasts For Personal Injury Trial Lawyers

Personal Injury Attorney Ben Schwartz gives us his top three podcasts for Personal Injury Trial Lawyers.

Top Three Podcasts For Personal Injury Trial Lawyers

Hi, I’m attorney Ben Schwartz,

Today we’re going to do a topic that is near and dear to my heart. It’s my top three podcasts for personal injury lawyers. I want to tell you that I spend a lot of time on the road. I spend a lot of time in my car. I spend a lot of time talking on the phone in my car, but I’ve got offices in multiple areas, offices in Delaware, offices in Maryland; I’ve got offices in Pennsylvania and I’m on the road a lot. I have a pretty spread out legal practice.

When I’m in the car and I’m driving, if I’m not talking on the phone to a client or talking on the phone with another attorney, I like to listen to podcasts. I used to listen to the radio. They took Howard Stern off the radio & I didn’t want to pay for satellite radio. That was a number of years ago. I’ve been a little disgruntled about that ever since, but I’ve discovered podcasts. I go on my iPhone and my iPhone syncs up to the Bluetooth in my car. Instead of listening to the radio, I listen to podcasts.

Recently, I have discovered that there are other trial lawyers out there, other personal injury lawyers out there who are doing podcasting and I find it extremely inspirational. I wanted to do just a short video and hopefully you get some value out of this. If you are a member of the general public and you want to learn more about the behind-the-scenes stuff that personal injury lawyers deal with. If you’re another attorney or maybe you’re a law student, I hope you’ll check out some of these podcasts. For me, it’s kind of like Thomas Edison said, “Success is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.” Well, I think that this sort of feeds into the 1% inspiration, because when I get to hear a podcast, when I get to hear an interview by a personal injury lawyer with another very successful lawyer who’s talking about his trials, who’s talking about things that happen in trial, or trial techniques, or strategies, it really gets me amped-up. It gets me excited and it gets me excited to go do good work for my clients.

Here’s my top three podcasts:

Number one. Under Oath with Rich Lomurro. Rich Lomurro is a personal injury and criminal defense attorney out of Freehold, New Jersey. He’s had a lot of success in his own right, but he started this podcast a couple years ago. He’s done interviews with famous attorneys about famous high profile trials. I’ll give you some examples. In the first couple interviews that he did, the first couple episodes of the podcast, he interviews F. Lee Bailey, and the interview is brilliant. Absolutely wonderful. Bailey talks about the O.J. Simpson trial. He talks about why he believes O.J. Simpson is actually innocent, why he didn’t do it, why he didn’t murder his wife and her friend. He talks about the gambit to get Christopher Darden to try to get O.J. to try on the glove and how that’s much more effective to have the prosecution do it than if it had been done by a defense attorney.

There’s a really good episode with Alan Dershowitz. Alan Dershowitz talks about the Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky case. He talks about the Mike Tyson case. He’s got an episode on the McDonalds hot coffee trial as well. He’s got an episode interviewing Tom Mesereau, who was the attorney that represented Michael Jackson. In any event, it’s a very inspiring podcast. If you are a trial lawyer, whether you’re a personal injury lawyer or criminal defense attorney or really any attorney at all, who ever has anything to do with trying cases, I would highly recommend that you listen to Rich Lomurro’s podcast. I get it on my iPhone on the podcast app. It’s probably something that you can get using other apps as well. There’s a website for it: underoathpodcast.com.

The second one that I listen to all the time is Trial Lawyer Nation with Michael Cowen. Basically, Michael Cowen is a personal injury lawyer. He’s a trial lawyer. He’s got a very active, very successful practice. He interviews great trial lawyers about their cases and about their trial strategies. I find it to be very interesting. It’s helpful information. I’m interested not only in getting excited about what I do, but I’m interested in honing my craft. I think other trial lawyers who actually try cases are also interested in honing their craft as well.

He’s got some episodes that are just brilliant. He’s got Keith Mitnick, who’s a Florida trial lawyer from Morgan and Morgan, who’s got a ton of great trial experiences. He’s got Mikal Watts on running a successful law practice. He’s got Joe Fried, who does truck accident litigation. He’s got David Ball, who everyone knows is a jury consultant. He’s an expert in crafting the damages portion of a personal injury or wrongful death case. David Ball, I just listened to the episode, and he talks about finding alignment between what you want and what the jury needs. I think it’s just absolutely a brilliant episode. Anyways, the website for this podcast is: triallawyernation.com.

The third one is a podcast by an attorney named Brian Panish. It’s called Get in the Game. It’s absolutely fantastic. Every time there’s a new episode, I can’t wait to get in the car and drive to one of the offices and hopefully have a long drive or get stuck in traffic and listen to the new Get in the Game episode.

Basically, this is a podcast where Panish interviews top trial lawyers about trial strategies. In one episode, he interviews a guy named Joe Power from Power, Rogers, and Smith. They talk about a couple of cases. One case was a automobile wreck involving an exploding gas tank, and a $100 million verdict. He talks about another medical malpractice case involving double amputations, and a jury verdict of $96 million. It’s interesting to me to hear how other lawyers in other jurisdictions try their cases, the techniques they use, the rules they have to follow, because it’s different from every state, from state-to-state, every state has different rules about how you select a jury; what you can say in your closing argument. I just find it amazing.

Another episode that I thought was really good is the one with Rex Parris, who’s a California personal injury lawyer. He gave a ton of tips on trial strategy. In any event, these were my top three most inspirational podcasts for personal injury, wrongful death trial lawyers. Criminal attorneys too. If you’re an attorney, if you’re a law student, if you’re a member of the general public, check them out. Listen to some of these podcasts and leave me a comment & let me know what you think.

If you know of podcasts that are sort of in the same vein, personal injury lawyers interviewing other personal injury lawyers about trials that they’ve had, about trial techniques or about how they run their personal injury law firm, or if you know of a podcast, if you’ve stumbled upon a podcast involving criminal defense cases, criminal defense attorneys, jury trial techniques and tactics, give me a comment or send me an email below. Thanks for watching.

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It’s a Terrible Idea to Drive with a Dog On Your Lap While Driving

Personal Injury Attorney Ben Schwartz is doing a quick public service video to let you know that he thinks it’s an absolutely terrible idea to drive with a dog on your lap while driving a vehicle. Let me tell you why. It can cause an accident.

I am Attorney Ben Schwartz,

Today I’m driving with my dog Sparky. Sparky’s on my lap. I just want to do a quick public service video and let you know that as a personal injury lawyer, I think it’s an absolutely terrible idea to drive with your dog on your lap in the car. Let me tell you why. It can cause a car accident. Now before you start sending me emails and telling me things about how I hate dogs and I shouldn’t say negative things about dogs, I’m going to tell you something…I love dogs.

I have a dog, but I don’t put the dog on my lap and drive around in a car. I want to tell you something, I live in the state of Delaware, I practice law in the state of Delaware. In the state of Delaware, if an injury is caused by a dog, not necessarily a dog bite, but any injury that is caused by a dog, the owner of the dog is strictly liable. Strictly liable meaning you pay 100% of the damages.

It is not like a regular car accident case where the plaintiff has to prove that you were at-fault in causing the accident. Furthermore, you have a defense if the plaintiff was partially at-fault.

When you have a dog in the car, if the dog causes the accident and you own that dog, you are 100% liable. It doesn’t matter if the person suing you was also partially at-fault. You give up that defense because Delaware has strict liability for injuries caused by dogs.

So, I can tell you that it’s a bad idea to have a dog on your lap while driving, because the dog can cause distractions and the dog can cause accidents. It’s also a bad idea to have the dog on your lap driving because if an accident should happen, god forbid, but if an accident should happen, you’re strictly liable.

So sorry pup, but you got to go. Guys, have a safe drive, a safe time behind the wheel, enjoy your dogs, but not on your lap while driving. I’m attorney Ben Schwartz, let me know what you think about this topic of dogs on laps while driving, send me an email below or leave us a comment on this video. Thanks for watching!

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Should I Meet With The Bank After Depositing A Substantial Amount Of Money?

Personal Injury Attorney Ben Schwartz answers a viewer question. “I settled a personal injury case, after attorney’s fees and expenses, I deposited almost sixty-five thousand dollars in my bank account. Now I received a phone call, the bank wants to meet now that I deposited my settlement money, should I go for that meeting?”

Should I Meet With The Bank After Depositing A Substantial Amount Of Money?

Hi, I’m Attorney Ben Schwartz,

Today we are going to take a viewer question, this is from Kevin in Baltimore, Maryland. Kevin wrote in and he said, “I settled a personal injury case, after attorney’s fees and expenses, I deposited almost sixty-five thousand dollars in my bank account & now I received a phone call, the bank wants to meet now that I deposited my settlement money and should I go for that meeting?”

I think it is a great question & I think not only applies to people that get sixty-five thousand dollars out of a settlement, it is a question that I think applies to people who get smaller settlements, maybe a settlement of ten thousand dollars, were you net something like six thousand dollars out of the settlement, or a settlement of hundreds of thousands of dollars where you’re netting hundreds of thousands of dollars out of the settlement.

It’s a good question that applies in many, if not most, personal injury cases. Here are my thoughts on this. When the bank wants to meet with you because they see that you made a large deposit, their purpose for wanting to meet with you is not to necessarily to help you protect your money. Their purpose in wanting to meet with you is because they’ve identified you as a possible customer for one of their investment products.

So, for example, maybe they’ve got a long-term CD that they want to sell you. or perhaps they have a credit card that they want to place in your hands. They have some reason for wanting to meet with you to put a product in your hand or put a product in your account and the product they’re looking to sell you may be something where they’re going to generate a great fee off of it. I don’t know about your return on your investment, so I would say there are good things about this meeting with the bank and there are bad things about this meeting with the bank. The good thing about meeting with the folks from the bank is if you’ve got sixty-some thousand dollars sitting in a savings account, it’s not really generating much in the way of interest. You probably ought to do something to invest that money a little more wisely in a safe account that’s going to produce a better return on your investment.

If you have money sitting in a bank account, if you’re like most people, what you’re going to find is that bank account balance will quickly diminish. I have had many clients that I’ve told this to. I’ve had many clients where I’ve said, “you’ve got to find some investment for it. You’ve got to find some way to protect it.” Then they come back, I see them two years later and they say, “Oh I ran through the money in no time flat.”

So, what you need to do is, you need to do something to stop yourself from spending the money. Taking a meeting with the people from the bank is not a bad idea. I would say the downside to taking a meeting with the people from the bank is the investment that they’re going to sell you may not be the best investment for you and your particular circumstances.

I would say that if the bank has called you and said let’s have a meeting to discuss the sixty-five thousand bucks that are just sitting in your savings account, I would say instead of taking the meeting with the people from your bank, what may be the thing to do is to try and find an investment advisor who charges by the hour for giving investment advice, then go to the investment advisor to try and get some advice on what kind of investment you could make with your money that will tie-up the money so that you can’t fritter it away, but at the same time will give you a positive return on your investment. You want to make the highest return on your investment that you can given your risk tolerance.

So, for example, the investment advisor may tell you if you are 22-years old, you have a high tolerance for risk because if you lose the money it’s not the end of the world, so you may find the investment advisor gets you a higher risk investment that has a higher return. If you’re 75-years old and you’re going to need that money in your retirement, maybe the investment advisor is going to get you a low-risk investment, but that investment may also have a low return. These are things for an investment advisor to you to talk to you about not for a personal injury lawyer to talk to you about.

So that is my two cents. If you’re in this situation and you just put a big lump sum in your savings account, the bank people want to meet with you to talk about what you’re going to do with it, I see the good and bad in the situation. Good because they can help you tie up the funds, so you don’t fritter them away so you don’t waste that money. The bad is that the investment vehicle, or the investment product that they sell you may not be the investment product that’s in your best interest to buy. It may be the investment product that is in the bank employees’ best interest to sell you.

I would say get an independent investment advisor who’s not working on a percentage basis, but who’s working on a fee-for-service basis, an hourly basis, get some good investment advice from that person instead. I thought it was a great question, Kevin. If you are watching this video and you have questions for me about the law, particularly personal injury law or litigation, please feel free to send me an email below. Thanks for watching!

Should I Meet With The Bank After Depositing A Substantial Amount Of Money?

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Delaware Continuing Legal Education – CLE Credit Seminars For Lawyers

Attorney Ben Schwartz informs other attorneys if they are in need of Delaware Continuing Legal Education – CLE credits, they should consider an upcoming seminar on Litigating Civil Cases from Start to Finish and Personal Injury Litigation: Secrets and Insider Tips.

Hi, I’m Attorney Ben Schwartz,

I just want to do a quick video. If you are an Attorney and you need CLE credits, I’m going to be speaking at a couple of upcoming seminars. The first is July 30, 2019 in New Castle, Delaware. This is Litigating Civil Cases from Start to Finish.

This is a basic to intermediate course on litigation. It covers topics like civil litigation do’s and dont’s, motion practice, and pleadings, discovery depositions, how to authenticate social media evidence, building your civil trial skills and legal ethics.

Of course, legal ethics is the section that I’m going to be covering. The other presenters on this seminar are Rob Collins, from my office, George Codding from Lundy Law and Leonard Deutchman and also David Bamberger. This should be a pretty good seminar. It’s an all-day seminar on July 30, 2019, in Wilmington, Delaware.

CLE Credit Seminars For Lawyers

Another one that I’m going to be speaking on August 28, 2019 is Personal Injury Litigation: Secrets and Insider Tips. This covers Negotiating Injury Claims, Eliminating and Minimizing Liens, Medicare and Medicaid Secondary Payer Recovery Act stuff, Medical Expert Depositions, Pain and Suffering Damages, Smart Phone and Text Message Evidence, Insurance Defense Case Evaluation Strategies and Trial Prep, as well as Ethics and Personal Injury Litigation.

Now, I’m not doing the ethics on this seminar. The ethics are being done by Patrick Gibson. Patrick is brilliant. I have presented with him in the past and he does a great job with anything having to do with ethics. Again, Leonard Deutchman, also the other attorneys involved in this are Chris Logullo, Ray Cobb and Tiffany Shrank. This is August 28, 2019, again New Castle, Delaware.

These are both NBI National Business Institute Seminars. In the notes for this video, we will put links to both of the sign-up pages for these seminars. But, if you are an attorney you need to get CLE credits & you’ve got an interest in Civil Litigation or you’ve got an interest in Personal Injury Litigation, these are two excellent seminars to attend. Thanks for watching.

Litigating Civil Cases from Start to Finish.

Personal Injury Litigation: Secrets and Insider Tips

Delaware Continuing Legal Education – CLE Credit Seminars

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Getting Legal Advice After A Serious Accident

Attorney Ben Schwartz talks about why getting legal advice after a serious accident is of great importance.

Getting Legal Advice After A Serious Accident

Hi, I’m Attorney Ben Schwartz,

Today we are going to take up a topic that is near and dear to my heart, and that is getting legal advice after a serious accident. I got an email from an insurance adjuster that is a friend of mine and for the purposes of this video, the name has been changed. Let’s say Glenn sent me this email. He says essentially, can you do a video about this? One of the things that causes me the most stress is knowing after a motor vehicle accident people are taking steps that severely damages their own lives and futures and I cannot do anything to stop them. I am not allowed to give people legal advice about their rights. I was investigating an accident where a woman was run over by a motorist; our insured was intoxicated.

I visited the claimant in the hospital and quickly determined that based on the nature and extent of the injuries, a $100,000 policy limit settlement would likely be recommended. I was very nice to the lady and she quite willingly took a check from me for $1,500 and signed a release. I don’t feel good about it, but it’s my job. Tell more people to get legal advice before they agree to a settlement.

And know Glenn, I want to tell you thanks for writing in and raising this issue. I understand what you’re saying. What you are saying is as a representative of the insurance company for the at-fault driver, it’s not your position, and it’s not your right, and it’s not your obligation to tell someone, “hey look, go to a lawyer, you’ve got a big settlement coming to you. You’ve got money coming to you that will help you secure your future and help you live a better life now that you have these significant injuries”.

It’s not your job to do that and in fact, it’s actually your job to protect your insured. Meaning it’s your job to protect the at-fault driver from being sued; from having an excess verdict. A verdict from a jury that is more than the available insurance coverage. Then I understand as a legal professional all that you are is doing your job when you go to a hospital room, you meet with a woman who’s been run over, you get her to sign-off on a general release and she waives her right to sue in return for some small pittance.

I understand that I’m not sure that most of the population in the United States also understand that and so that’s why I agree. We should do this video, so folks if you’re watching what I’m saying in this video, is if you have a friend, family member or you know someone you’re related to or you know someone that you know if there has been a significant injury. You know there is a reason why everyone says get legal advice from a lawyer. There is a reason why personal injury attorneys offer a free consultation in order to give you legal advice. It’s because the insurance company has an obligation. The insurance company has an absolute duty to get the at-fault driver, or the at-fault person, out from under your legal claim. They are gonna do that as inexpensively as possible. Their goal is to get your signature on a release, on a document where you waive your right to sue., and if you meet with an insurance claims representative, if you sign anything, if you agree to anything, you are probably shooting yourself in the foot. Quite frankly that’s not really the proper analogy, what you are really doing is you’re shooting yourself in the head, because if you have been significantly injured in an accident, how are you going to pay your rent? How are you going to pay your mortgage? How are you going to put food on the table for your kids to eat?

You need to make sure that you take steps to secure your financial stability. That is what you speak to an attorney about. So, my pitch to you is wherever you know people all over the United States, inside and outside the United States, watch these videos. I get emails and messages and direct messages on Facebook and you know comments through YouTube from all over the world. If you are watching this video, here is what I want you to know. Wherever your accident was, go to a qualified personal injury lawyer in the jurisdiction where your accident occurred or where you reside. Get a free consultation. Get some legal advice, get someone who understands the insurance companies playbook and who can help you defend against the insurance company trying to run its plays. To make sure that you don’t get your ball down the field. To make sure that your future is sold out for the betterment of the at-fault driver, for the betterment of the insurance company.

Get that free legal consultation before you agree to anything. Get that free consultation before you talk to anybody from the insurance companies. If you don’t, you may be putting the bullets in the gun and putting the gun up to your own temple with your finger on the trigger. It just doesn’t make sense.

So, I think I want to say thank you to Glenn. You know, insurance adjusters tend to look at these cases as games and they tend, in my experience, to compartmentalize these things and sort of a game that they are playing so they can sleep at night and so that they can look themselves in the mirror when they are shaving their face and not feeling guilty about what they are doing to innocent victims of significant personal injury claims.

Glenn, I think it’s very brave of you to send me that email, I thank you for sending me that email. I thank you for helping me to educate people about what to do after an accident. Now, if you’re watching this video, I hope that you found it informative. I hope that you will share it with your friends and family. I hope that if you have a question relating to personal injury law or litigation that you will feel free to send me an email. Thanks for watching!

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Bethany Beach, DE 19930
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30838 Vines Creek Road, Unit 3
Dagsboro, DE 19939
Central Fax: (302) 678-8702
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Wilmington, Delaware
(302) 654-4930
1525 Delaware Ave.
Wilmington, Delaware 19806
Central Fax: (302) 678-8702
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Havertown, Pennsylvania
(610) 853-4888
850 West Chester Pike Suite 205
Havertown, Pennsylvania 19083
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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One Liberty Place
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36th Floor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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Baltimore, Maryland
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27th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202
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