Audrey Tolson to Speak at Plaintiff's Personal Injury Seminar

As a lawyer it is crucial that you stay on top of the latest cutting edge resources and tactics. It is always wise to constantly grow your knowledge base to strengthen yourself as a legal representative. Here at The Tolson Firm, LLC we encourage continuous legal education and we not only attend legal seminars, but we also speak at them. Our lead attorney, Audrey Tolson, has been asked to speak at the Plaintiff's Personal Injury Seminar next month on February 28, 2014.

The invitation to this legal education seminar was sent out by The Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) to all members of the General Practice and Trial Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia. This one seminar is a part of a Statewide Satellite Program Series in Georgia, so people will be able to watch the rebroadcast of it on March 6, 2014 on the ICLE website.

During the Plaintiff's Personal Injury seminar there will be a wide variety of topics covered including:

  • How to prepare a premises liability case for trial
  • 2014 legal updates regarding apportionment
  • Information on the Georgia Evidence Code
  • How to avoid working with bad clients with bad cases and bad results
  • How to earn the favor of the jury
  • As well as personal injury and workers' compensation basics that attorneys should know

Anyone who registers and attends the seminar will qualify for 1 Ethics Hour as well as 4 Trial Practice Hours for the program. ICLE is dedicated to providing legal information and tools in order to educate the attorneys of Michigan, Georgia and other states. To learn more about this organization, check out their website. You can also learn more of Audrey Tolson's legal background by reading her attorney profile. If you would like to speak with Attorney Tolson directly, contact The Tolson Firm, LLC today to schedule a free consultation.

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