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Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney, Lee Arter has Great Success with New Websites

Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney, Lee Arter has Great Success with New Websites

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 18, 2009

As a veteran Los Angeles Personal Injury Lawyer, Lee Arter has helped countless people who have been injured in accidents in Southern California.

Mr. Arter wanted to reach out to more people on the internet, to give them easy access to the information they need from his multiple websites. After launching an innovative 12-site campaign which included an information-filled personal injury website, Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney, and 11 niche sites for specific practice areas, Mr. Arter’s office quickly realized the success of these sites. The firm received more phone calls, more emails, and more people who needed the help of a qualified personal injury lawyer than ever before.

Included in the successful campaign, niche websites were launched to target each one of the many practice areas that Mr. Arter’s firm handles. An example of one these sites include: Los Angeles Motorcycle Accident Attorney

In addition to the helpful content and information provided on the 12 websites, the web marketing campaign came complete with high-definition video of Mr. Arter speaking about various personal injury matters.

The entire package was created and maintained by the experts at Scorpion Design.

Contact Information:

Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney, Lee Arter

3580 Wilshire Blvd # 2080

Los Angeles, California 90010

Phone: 800-715-4489

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Prominent New York Criminal Defense Lawyer Says Cover Up Could Be Worse than the Crime for Pitching Great Roger Clemens

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 27, 2009

If a perjury indictment is returned against 7-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens, one noted New York criminal defense lawyer fully expects the federal government to make an example out of the superstar pitcher in a bid to deter anyone in the future from lying during a congressional hearing.

“This could turn out to be a perfect example of how the cover up is worse than the crime,” said Steven Brill, a New York criminal defense attorney and partner in the New York litigation firm of Sullivan & Brill. In a February 12, 2009 article out of the Associated Press, a retired FBI agent is quoted as saying that perjury cases involving high-profile defendants are becoming more common, telling AP: “It used to be we didn’t mess with these kinds of cases. Everybody lied to us. Then, they got Martha Stewart on lying, and it became the flavor of the month.”

“Even if he is found guilty of having taken performance-enhancing drugs back in 1998, 2000 and 2001,” Brill said, “from what I’ve seen I don’t expect Clemens to be charged with the underlying drug crime. But there is no question that he will suffer because of his celebrity if a perjury indictment is handed down by the grand jury.

“Congress does not like to be lied to,” Brill warned. “If he is convicted of perjury, he could be facing jail time.”

Brill said that if Clemens is indicted and the case goes to trial, Clemens lawyer, Rusty Hardin, will probably focus most of his energy on trying to discredit Brian McNamee, Clemens’ former trainer and principal accuser, so that no credible evidence exists that could support a perjury finding against Clemens.

“If Clemens stands by his statements,” Brill explained, “and McNamee is shown to be a liar, then the perjury charge cannot stand.”

Looking ahead at what will probably happen to Clemens, Brill said that once a witness gives sworn testimony that contains untrue statements on a material matter in a case, there is not much more that can be done to avoid criminal prosecution.

“For this reason, we always advise our clients of the risks and consequences of testifying falsely,” Brill said. “It is human nature for some people to lie when they are under fire and their future is on the line. If we get the sense that a client is traveling down that road, we strongly advise the client not to testify at all.”

According to Brill, state and federal perjury charges are infrequent because it is hard to prove that an individual willfully lied about a material matter.

“In a perjury case,” he explained, “the government must present evidence that proves not only that the defendant testified falsely, but that he or she willfully made a statement which the defendant did not believe to be true and that the matter about which the defendant is testifying falsely is a material matter in the case.

“Clemens lying about his address or the names of his kids wouldn’t count,” Brill said.


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I have a medical malpractice lawsuit against a hospital in SC, Does anyone know of a great “med mal” lawyer?

by Alain-Christian

Question by eaddychad: I have a medical malpractice lawsuit against a hospital in SC, Does anyone know of a great “med mal” lawyer?
I need a new lawyer bc my last lawyer has pulled out on me, it is a high risk/high reward case involving Compartmental Syndrome caused by a cast that was set too tight and a hospital known for making errors with patients, I had to have some muscles amputated and I am permanentely scarred. Also I lost out on potential career in the NFL, I have all the files from my previous lawyer, or if anyone can offer me some recourse I may have or any ideas they would be greatly appreciated! you can also email me at eaddychad@yahoo

Best answer:

Answer by fcas80
I am sorry about your injuries.

I suggest you ask your last lawyer, or any other lawyer you know, for recommendations.

Your question is too serious to expect to get sound advice from Yahoo Answers.

Give your answer to this question below!

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Do Obama supporters think that he was a great trial lawyer?

Question by catisback: Do Obama supporters think that he was a great trial lawyer?
Dec. 17 2007

Obama admits he played a mostly behind-the-scenes role at his law firm, Miner Barnhill & Galland. He researched the law, drafted motions, prepared for depositions and did other less glamorous work during his three years full-time and eight years “of counsel” to the firm. Many trial lawyers spend their time similarly, part of a trend over the last 20 years of settling a greater percentage of cases before trial.

“I was an associate, and a lot of my work was in the research and writing,” Obama told the Sun-Times on Sunday.

“I was one of the better writers. I ended up doing the more cerebral writing, less trial work,” Obama added. “That’s actually something I regret — not doing more trial work.”

“He wrote lots of substantial memos, but he didn’t try any cases,” said Judson Miner, a partner in the firm who was Obama’s boss.

A search of all the cases in Cook County Circuit Court in which Obama made an appearance since he graduated from Harvard in 1991 shows: Zero.

His practice was confined mainly to federal court in Chicago, where he made formal appearances in only five district court cases and another five in cases before the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals — a total of 10 cases in his legal career. He was on the winning side of just about all those cases. Miner said there were 30 cases to which Obama contributed in some way.

Best answer:

Answer by Hater Police
I have no idea what his trial experience was like other than the fact that he worked in civil rights law for a big firm. I don’t think he was elected to be a trial attorney…

Apparently you don’t know much about civil rights law. Its issues are primarily federal. He wasn’t “confined” to federal court…that’s where the work would have been.

Please stop wasting time crafting ridiculous rants against the president.

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Micro Continuity – finally in CB! Great Epc!

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Plug Into a Great StoryTelling Network and Get More Business How? Via a Free, Content Rich, Bi-Weekly Newsletter

(PRWEB) March 16, 2005

You can do so via ‘The Great Storytelling Network’, a new bi-weekly newsletter that helps a wide range of professionals in the speaking, writing, publishing and other industries to sharpen their persuasion skills; tell their value stories in ways that naturally connect with their audience; and to profitably network, share ideas, and resources which create more business and increase market share.

In today’s information laden and turbulent world economy, the message is clear: To get the attention of consumers, convert them into your customers, and sell more, you must network, tell your value stories in a very natural way so that you can persuade and convince them to buy from you. Enough of promotional messages that are all hype and no story. They no longer generate more sales or increase market share. For you to sell now, you have to tell stories that command attention and stimulate action. This creates the opportunities for more business for all who are part of this network.

This is what The Great Storytelling Network has set out to do: To transform willing professionals into great storytellers, give them a voice to speak to a global market, and the opportunity to network and maintain a competitive advantage in the marketplace via a newsletter which debuted February 23, 2005.

Now in its second edition, this newsletter is the product of a transnational partnership between two storytelling professionals; Aneeta Sundararaj, trained as a medico-legal lawyer who lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Eric Okeke, a motivational speaker, business writer, and financial journalist, who lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

The Great Storytelling Network offers more benefits:

•    It serves a wide network of professionals such as authors, writers, copywriters, film producers and screen writers, business writers, business owners, professional speakers, other professionals, start-up business professionals and so many more. It has the content to transform them into great storytellers for their products and services and helps them to network for more business.

•    Every edition of the newsletter has a “Theme”. This is deliberate to focus attention on any particular aspect of storytelling or business, on any season or celebration, on any business resource or tool, or on any aspect of the way we all work and live in different parts of the world.

•    The network is not a one-person show. It is the product of a very successful transnational (continental) partnership which benefits you because it offers variety, information, diversity of content and resources that are pooled not from one person or place, but internationally.

•    It emphasizes the “Business of Storytelling” which equips storytellers to become infopreneurs, and teaches other professionals on how they can use stories to sell . Many storytellers are tall in the art of storytelling, but very short on the Craft and Business of Storytelling.

•    You can tap all these benefits simply by subscribing to this newsletter

A celebrated writer and author, Merlyn Swan of Australia said this about this network- “I think you are doing very well in providing story tellers with a great platform for the expression of their hopes and dreams and it would be sad if they do not see this as a great opportunity to reach a very wide audience. It is a symbiotic experience and one I thoroughly support.”

Be a great storyteller, network, and sell more by becoming a part of The Great Storytelling Network. Subscribe now, and see your business boom.

For more information about this newsletter, please visit

Or contact Aneeta Sundararaj.

Contact Name: Aneeta Sundararaj    

Address 1: P O Box 1123 Jalan Pantai Bharu

City/State/ZIP: Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory, 59700

Country: Malaysia

Phone: +60379607048

Fax: +60379607049




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