Get Your Copy of Mike Papantonio’s New Book: Law and Disorder

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Billionaires funding litigation, partisan judges ruling personal politics instead of the law, a reckless media seeding innuendo-filled stories — it could all be pulled from today’s headlines. Mike Papantonio’s first fiction book, Law and Disorder, is coming in September. Publishers Weekly, the … Continue reading

NTL Webinar – Get New Clients with Powerful Messaging, Production Values and Testimonials

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What: How to get new clients with consistent messaging, production values and testimonials. Where: To see the recording, register online here When:  Presented on July 20, 2016 Our experts will dive into the power of consistency and why 3 things are essential … Continue reading

Most Leads Convert On The First Visit To Your Website

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By Aaron Wittersheim. Scroll down to see slide show. When it comes to online marketing, leads, not inquiries, should always be at the top of your priority list. A focus on inquiries, which is what most businesses do, will cause you … Continue reading

Legendary Lawyer Rex Houston Honored at NTL Summit

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Legendary Henderson attorney Rex Houston made his name representing the working men and women of East Texas in landmark cases involving workers compensation, personal injury and product liability claims. He was recognized for his accomplishments at The National Trial Lawyers Summit. Rex Houston … Continue reading

2016 Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys Annual Symposium

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Join the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys (ATAA) at its inaugural conference, September 28 – September 30, 2016 in Music City, Nashville, Tennessee. With more than 100 music venues, Nashville is the perfect setting for business and pleasure. ATAA’s inaugural … Continue reading

FTC Restrictions On Reputation Website Upheld by Appellate Court

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The 1st Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ruling against the creator of for misrepresenting that information on its site was generated by users, when it was actually scraped from the data of more than … Continue reading

Football Legend Paul Hornung, Now Suffering from Dementia, Files Suit Against Helmet Maker Riddell

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NFL Hall of Famer and Heisman Trophy Winner Paul Hornung filed suit against helmet maker Riddell, claiming the plastic helmet he wore failed to protect his brain and that Riddell failed to warn him of the helmets’ risks. Hornung suffered … Continue reading

Concussion Class Action Suit Proceeds Against the NHL


The National Hockey League will face similar allegations from players as the NFL. A U.S. District judge in Minnesota allowed the case filed by former players to proceed. The players alleged the league failed to protect them from injuries that … Continue reading

$1.5 Million Settlement for Teenage Burn Victim

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By Joseph R. Neal, Jr., Neal Law. He is a member of The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Attorneys. On October 10, 2013, at Chapel Hill High School in Douglas County, Georgia, an ill-advised science experiment went awry in the … Continue reading

To Sign a Lot of Cases, Begin Thinking Like a Hungry Attorney


One of the conclusions that I’ve reached as a client intake expert is that as we become more successful, we move away from what brought us success in the first place. Most successful personal injury attorneys started out hungry. And … Continue reading