The Lawsuit Survival Guide: A Client's Companion to Litigation

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Nolo, 2001 - Law - 300 pages
Clients of attorneys are often under-informed as to what's going on with their lawsuits. But getting answers from a lawyer whose time is money often means tacking on even more billing to an already expensive service.Now people can turn to The Lawsuit Survival Guide to find plain-English explanations of legal proceedings and clear answers to their questions, such as: * "How doI find a lawyer?"* "What does all this legalese mean?"* "What's taking so long?'* "Can I afford representation?"* "Can I cut the cost of representation by helping out?"and much more.This one-of-a-kind book is perfect for both clients and lawyers; saving time and money, outlining what's involved, and providing peace of mind. It's also the perfect reference forlaw students, paralegals, writers and anyone else with and interest in civil court cases.

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About the author (2001)

Attorney Joseph L. Matthews has written several books, such as "Social Security, Medicare and Pensions: Get the Most Out of Your Retirement and Medical Benefits" and "How to Win Your Personal Injury Claim," which tell readers how to protect their rights, deal with bureaucracy and minimize legal fees. He has also written a collection of humorous legal stories called "The Lawyer Who Blew Up His Desk.

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