Alabama Litigation Review

Alabama Litigation Review

Insights & Commentary on Developments in Alabama Litigation

Tag Archives: advocacy

A New Low In Attorney Advertising?

Posted in Personal Injury
In past posts, I’ve been critical of attorney advertising on television and billboards. These advertisements are a terrible way to find a personal injury attorney. On television, these characters stand on top of 18 wheeler trucks, wear capes, chase ambulances and talk about fast settlements. The attorney (or sometimes just an actor) tries to look… Continue Reading

The Value of Service: Hard Work is Required

Posted in Personal Injury
  I’ve spent a lot of time lately thinking about client service. Perhaps it is the recent news that Walgreens received an $80 Million fine after allegations the chain allowed huge numbers of dangerous narcotic painkillers on the black market. Maybe you are asking – What does this fine have to do with my thoughts… Continue Reading