To Kill a Mockingbird


This book illustrates the fact that what appears to be true is not always the case.  To practice tort law at a high level we must be willing to search for the truth, when it appears on the surface an accident happened in a way that is convenient for the insurance company.  Second, To Kill a Mockingbird is a reminder that the cases that end up before a jury are very hard to evaluate.  Cases that go to trial  call for supreme advocacy in order to prevail.  Easy cases settle, the cases that go to trial, call for every ounce of energy, advocacy and spirit your soul will provide.



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