Plaintiff's Personal Injury: A Radically Changed Business
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Dan Minc, a graduate of Seton Hall School of Law, discusses how he managed to rise to his firm's managing partner after starting there as a first-year lawyer. He also talks about how he builds his book of business and what he assesses when determining whether to take a client. After all, as a personal injury lawyer he's only paid if his client wins. This episode is hosted by Derek Tokaz. Mentioned in this episode: Learn more about Blueprint Access LawHub today! The law school is located in St. Paul, Minnesota. Learn more about Mitchell Hamline Learn more about Baylor Law Learn more about Seton Hall Learn more about Vermont Law
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