The Disruptive Lawyer
98% of Cases Don’t Go to Trial
Are you hiring only trial lawyers?
Or are you hiring lawyers who, while always ready for trial, also possess a unique skill set and proven track record to strategically and proactively negotiate and close cases quickly in an economic and efficient manner – without compromising value – by developing and executing an agreed-upon Early Resolution Plan?
Do your lawyers focus on early evaluation and efficiently determine whether the case resolution is settlement, dispositive motion or trial? Or, robotically go through the motions of litigating every case?
Are you measuring your lawyers by anecdotal evidence or using objective Key Performance Indicators like average case duration, legal fees and indemnity paid per case?
All lawyers are not created equal. Learn how Disruptive Lawyers achieve unexpected results.
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Recent Blog Posts
TIME LIMITED DEMANDS Anderson v. Jones (10/3/22) by Chelsea Cooke Holding: Court of Appeals vacated and remanded the case on a denial of defendant’s motion to enforce, holding that the plain language of O.C.G.A. § 9-11-67.1(c) allowed 30 days to accept an offer of settlement, and that the plaintiff’s demand …
INSURANCE Owens v. Progressive Premier Ins. Co. of Ill. (9/1/22) by Diana Moore Holding: Georgia Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s finding that Plaintiff’s failure to notify the UM carrier of the accident until one year after it occurred was unreasonable and unjustifiable as a matter of law. Key …
PREMISES LIABILITY Callaway Gardens Resort, Inc. v. Grant et al. (8/31/22) by Diana Moore Holding: Court of Appeals reversed the trial court’s grant of partial summary judgment to the plaintiffs on the issue of causation finding that plaintiff’s arguments created circumstantial evidence, which created a jury question as to causation …