Improve the Manner of a Client’s Testimony
Most clients have never testified in a deposition or in a trial. When they get to the deposition or trial, they mumble, hesitate, and drop the ball. They are fearful of what every moment will bring. They exhibit the signs of fear that the jury thinks are signs of weakness of memory, or worse, of lying. Why?
The attorney has not prepared the client.
You do not want to be one of those lawyers! You know that an uneasy client on the witness stand is not believed by the jury as much as a confident, quickly responding, witness. You can prepare your clients and ease their fears by asking them questions of the type they can expect at trial, over and over again. several days in a row. But this repetition takes hours of time.
Until now you had to take valuable time to teach your personal injury client to be at ease with the question and answer method of the deposition and courtroom.
What if I could hand a method that would relieve you of a large chunk of BI client preparation time? And what if this simple item would be easy and inexpensive to buy?
Our Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill gives the BI client a take-home set of instructions and questions to take home. The answer to your time problem is to have persons other than you take the time to give the client experience in the question and answer method.
Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill tells the client to have his/her spouse or good friend read the questions orally to the client, and the client respond orally to those questions. Your client can practice answering questions several times before you see the client again. You are used to the Q & A method. Your BI client is not used to the Q & A method. I repeat: “My clients say this simple to use tool is the reason they were able to relax and remain confident when they got to the deposition or trial.”
When you see the client for pre-deposition or pre-trial conferences, your client will have had the benefit of thinking about the personal injuries section of his/her case, about how he/she presents him/herself to the jury, and have practiced answering without hesitation and mumbling.
Don’t get me wrong. This is not the usual list of Do’s and Don’ts you give to all your witnesses. You know the kind of lists: do tell the truth; don’t volunteer information; do not change your answer just because the other attorney keeps asking the same question over and over, et cetera, et cetera. (We have that “do’s and don’ts form available also. Click here for “Pointers for Witnesses Handout form. This Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is different.) Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is not a list of do’s and don’t. Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is a repetitive practice drill in answering questions, only for clients, and only about personal injuries. It is a special add-on form.
The dictionary says that an “add-on” is “One thing added as a supplement to another, especially a component that increases the capability of the system to which it is added.” That is just what Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill does; it increases the capability of your client testimony preparation.
In a busy five-state litigation practice in 35 years I developed the implements that let me get good injuries testimony from my personal injury clients without hours of time taken from me. This Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill, coupled with a “Pointers for Witnesses” Handout form let me do that: good injuries testimony without hours of time taken from me.
Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill gives take-home instructions and training that eliminates hesitations, mumbling, and fumbling in the injuries portion of the client’s testimony. Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill substitutes confidence and experience in answering personal injury questions.
Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill gives you the questions drill that your personal injury claimants need to be able to answer in a confident manner. And Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill gives your personal injury client training that he/she needs.
You have everything to gain and nothing to lose by using the Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill the next time you have a plaintiff’s personal injury case.
You don’t have to worry about getting your money’s worth because if you are not delighted, you’re completely protected by the “100%, No Questions Asked, Money Back Guarantee!
You have nothing to lose.
Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is furnished to you, in PDF format, right to your computer, immediately. If you have a personal injury client coming into your office today to get ready for a deposition next week, buy Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill and start getting ready three minutes from now.
IMPORTANT: Let me recap…
- Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill takes none of your time to give the client hours of repetitive practice drills.
- Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is an easy to use tool.
- Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is what you need to prepare your client for deposition or trial.
- Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is your mentor in a box.
- Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is the difference between a client that feels you care enough to drill them, instead of thinking you are just an attorney “who doesn’t have time”.
- Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill is a very low investment with a high value return.
The fact is, just the FEELING of your client that you care enough to give him/her drills must be worth $23. Consider your small investment a little “emotional insurance policy” against a dissatisfied client.
Not only will you get a great client testimony preparation tool, saving you lots of time over the year ahead, you’ll get it for the price of only $23.
Plus, you don’t have to worry about getting your money’s worth because if you are not delighted, you’re completely protected by my “100%, No Questions Asked, Money Back Guarantee!
This is your invitation to become a part of the small handful of attorneys who get to take advantage of this power tool.
All the best,
Civil Trial Attorney
P.S. If Client Injuries Testimony Preparation Drill saves you just one case from collapsing – ever – it will have paid for itself many times over. Attorneys who are using my system right now are saving themselves “should have” thoughts every month.