About the Seminar
Developing a successful personal injury practice is both rewarding and very hard work - and there are no short cuts. You have to learn how to reach a target audience with your message, then carefully evaluate the clients and cases that come in your door.  You have to become both a subject matter authority and understand the theoretical and practical nuances of procedure, evidence, negotiation strategy, and motion and trial practice.  You have to learn the hard lessons of practicing law and also running a small business - all within the exacting ethical standards of the Rules of Professional Conduct and in competition with hundreds of your colleagues, many of whom have vastly more experience than you.
A daunting task?  Certainly. Impossible? Not at all.
This powerful and innovative seminar is designed and taught by lawyers who have already done what you want to do - and they want to pass their knowledge and experience on.  The goal of “Secrets to a Successful Plaintiffs Personal Injury Practice” is to provide insights and instruction on the basics of handling personal injury claims and building a rewarding practice.  If you are considering or beginning to build a personal injury practice, or simply need to reevaluate your processes and passions for the practice of law, this seminar is for you.  Attending this program may be the most important single day of your law career.
What you will learn: 
$2022;  Practical ways to add value to your auto accident cases
$2022;  Practical keys to the business side of a successful PI practice
$2022;  How to effectively use demonstrative aids at trial 
$2022;  Key information you need to know about commercial vehicle cases
$2022;  How to evaluate whether your client has a brain injury
$2022;  Keys to effective case resolution - with our without trial
$2022;  Ethical use of social media
$2022;  How to use the power of story in arguing damages
$2022;  What scares insurance companies and what doesn't
$2022;  How to properly evaluate child abuse cases
$2022;  Understanding medical funding cases
$2022;  Understanding and evaluating claims against business owners
10 Ways to Add Value to Your Auto Accident Cases
Robert Goings - Goings Law Firm, LLC, Columbia
Top 10 Business Lessons You Have to Know to Run a Personal Injury Practice
Michael Goldberg - Fried Rogers Goldberg, LLC, Atlanta
10 Ways to Use Demonstrative Aids to Increase the Value of Your Cases
David Yarborough - Yarborough Applegate, LLC, Charleston
10 Things You Need to Know about Commercial Vehicle Cases
Joe Fried  - Fried Rogers Goldberg, LLC, Atlanta
10 Ways to Prove that Your Client Has a Brain Injury
Kenny Berger - The Law Office of Kenneth E. Berger, LLC, Columbia 

Top 10 Things You Can Do to Get Your Cases Resolved: With or Without Trial
John Eric Fulda - Whetstone Perkins & Fulda, LLC, Columbia
Ethics and Professionalism and the Use of Social Media
Dr. Gregory B. Adams - University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia
Using the Power of Story in Arguing Damages
Ken Suggs - Janet, Jenner & Suggs, Columbia
Confessions of a Former Defense Lawyer: What Scares Insurance Companies and What Doesn't
P. Jason Reynolds - Rikard & Protopapas, LLC, Columbia
Child Abuse Cases: Figuring Out Who to Sue and For What
Heather Stone - Hite and Stone, Abbeville 
How to Know if You Have the Right Case for Medical Funding and How Does It Work
Christopher James Carsten - Omni Healthcare, Greenville
Claims Against Business Owners: Dram Shop, Negligent Security, Premises Liability and More
Allison Sullivan - Bluestein Nichols Thompson & Delgado, LLC, Columbia
This seminar qualifies for 6.25 MCLE credit hour, including up to .5 LEPR credit hour.

This seminar qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours in North Carolina.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, please use this course code if you completed the program in 2019: 191216ADO