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By John B on 09-16-16
Engaging, Informative, EXCELLENT
What made the experience of listening to Plaintiff 101 the most enjoyable?
The astonishing amount of information contained in this book made listening to it extremely enjoyable. The fact that some my dad had just had a large personal injury lawsuit made this book particularly enjoyable as we surely will use the information here to our success.
I also enjoyed the fact that great memorable quotes were used in the book, quotes like
"If you think you can't use, you are fooling yourself" "It wasn't the break-in that led to Nixon's fall, it was the cover-up"
Have you listened to any of Ted DeMeyer’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
My first Ted DeMeyer's book, but if all performances are as great as this, I look forward to listening to his next performance.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Listened to it all in one sitting and I'm going letting it play all over again
Any additional comments?
Plaintiff 101 is another addition to the exclusive club of universal books that are recommended for EVERYBODY.
You'll never know you'll be involved in a personal injury lawsuit, this book gives an insider's insight into the inner workings of a system very few people know about. Like they said, a war prepared for is 50% won.
By Ikhalo Efose on 09-15-16
Informational and intellectually satisfying
Three hours well spent!
This book gives you something to look forward to at every next chapter. The authors may just have succeeded in putting together all that a plaintiff must know prior to litigation and this i personally appreciate considering that someone close to me had been involved in similar situation as the first author but we hadn't known better.
Thanks to this book, victims of such accident are now ten step ahead without any exaggeration.
Kudos to Ted for a narrative well-done. He makes you want to give any book a chance.
I recommend this book to all and sundry...