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How hiring a lawyer will change in the near future

January 19, 2012 by Steven M. Gursten

AVVO is a legal resource website that has a lot of good advice and information for the public. Recently, I was asked by AVVO to write a blog on how many people who are injured in accidents are finding injury attorneys nowadays.

Here’s my full blog : When Hiring a Lawyer is Like Buying a Toaster from Amazon.

It is important for all lawyers, not just injury attorneys, to understand that treating people with compassion, kindness and respect can lead to online reviews that will be a powerful influence in how people choose attorneys. And, as I wrote, “jerks of the legal world” – and there are a lot of them – had better watch out, because they won’t be able to treat people they way they have in the past in this new world of empowered consumers of legal services.

Steve Gursten is one of the nation’s top injury attorneys. He is head of Michigan Auto Law and president of the Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association. Michigan Auto Law has received the highest verdict in the state for a car or truck accident victim in seven of the last 10 years, and been listed in the highest-reported auto accident injury verdicts and settlements in Michigan for 15 straight years by Michigan Lawyers Weekly.

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Finding the best Michigan personal injury lawyer

Michigan Auto Law is the largest law firm exclusively handling car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident cases throughout the entire state. We have offices in Farmington Hills, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Sterling Heights to better serve you. Call (248) 353-7575 for a free consultation with one of our Michigan injury attorneys.

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