Litigating Brain Injuries Against Huge Insurance Companies
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Ilya Lerma runs a small solo practice where she takes on insurance companies in complicated brain injury cases. She discusses the difficulty of running a contingency-fee practice, litigating as a woman of color, and how she manages the stress of being a lawyer. Ilya is a graduate of the University of Arizona. This episode is hosted by Kimber Russell. Mentioned in this episode: Access LawHub today! Learn more about Baylor Law Learn more about LSAT Lab Learn more about Vermont Law Learn more about Blueprint Learn more about St. Mary's Law Learn more about Northeastern Law Learn more about Seton Hall
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