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Borrow a Book | Complete Lending List

How to Build and Manage a Personal Injury Practice (3rd Edition)
By K. William Gibson

Lending Library Number: 164

Written by an experienced and successful personal injury lawyer, How to Build and Manage a Personal Injury Practice, Third Edition is ideal for lawyers starting a personal injury law practice, and for current practitioners interested in improving their practice. This essential guide discusses the basic differences between personal injury law and other types of law practice, and provides guidance for avoiding common pitfalls. Newly revised to reflect the changing world of personal injury law, this edition contains updated information about the latest legal software, including cloud-based products and practical tips for small firms and solo practitioners. You will learn how to:

  • Plan for a personal injury practice
  • Decide whether to go solo or form a partnership
  • Market and finance your practice
  • Interview clients—and keep them happy
  • Manage your workload
  • Choose office space and equipment
  • And much more!

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