Robin Frazer Clark says at the heart of being an injury lawyer is helping people in the worst of times. Find out more in episode #12 of The Advocate's Key.
The more things changed for us during the pandemic, the more they stayed the same. We are a small but nimble office. We were perfecting the art of remote and distributed work before the 2020 came and forced the rest of the world to move in that direction.
It is a sad fact that all consumer products are not safe for use. Occasionally, a product is released to the public that could – or does – hurt the buyer or someone they know. When do you seek an attorney to help you?
The Advocate’s Key, my podcast, is as much for me as it is for the audience who listens to it. I choose guests because I want to learn from them or because I’m curious about their story.
Six months ago, you were in a car accident on Macon Street in McDonough. Another vehicle struck you from behind, and since then you have suffered from excruciating back pain. Today, you received a notice of deposition – what does that mean?