Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
The Arizona Trial Lawyers Association (AZTLA) publishes a monthly periodical called Advocate that features a number of articles on pressing issues for personal injury attorneys. The March/April 2013 issue features a spread on Power Liens, the largest directory of physicians working on liens.
This issue of the Advocate features an article by Mack T. Jones and Mark A. Raczkowski, of Jones & Raczkowski, called "Evaluating a Premises Liability Case". The article discusses how many attorneys avoid premises liability cases because they are more often list than won and even if they are won, the return on investment is quite low. The article aims to teach attorneys how to determine what type of slip/trip cases to take and which to avoid. The Advocate also featured a piece by the president, H. Micheal Wright, called "Reasonable Care Always Under Attack". In this piece he stands up for plaintiff attorneys and criticized attacks from those seeking to limit their strength. Another piece in this issue is called "Data Dumping and Other Problems in Mediation", by Joe Epstein. In the piece he discusses why personal injury cases often take longer than just one mediation to settle. Finally a piece by David Abney, called "Brevity Matters" gives 10 practical steps that lawyers can take to make their legal writing more concise.
Power Liens has become a go-to resource for attorneys and their staffs in Arizona, California, Florida and Illinois. Currently, the directory lists over 3,000 doctors, of over 20 different specialties, all working on personal injury liens. The directory is free to use for attorneys and does not need a log in or sign up. Power Liens also does not get in the middle of cases, they allow attorneys or their clients to connect directly with the doctors on liens and build relationships with them. Power Liens also features a number a doctors that are recognized for their superior knowledge and expertise in the world of personal injury. They are known as "Preferred Providers".
The magazine is distributed to over 800 attorneys and paralegals across Arizona.