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Fighting For Truth: A Trial Lawyer’s Insight On What It Takes To Win

Pulling readers into the courtroom, Indiana trial attorney David W. Holub takes you in the trenches with him on an entertaining and enlightening journey that offers readers of his new book a glimpse of the legal process and what it takes to win at trial.

David peppers each chapter with stories, anecdotes and lessons that make the courtroom come alive and give readers deeper insight into what is involved in preparing and taking a case before a jury. 

What you’ll discover…

  • How a decimal point data entry mistake led to the collapse of bridge that destroyed a number of lives and disrupted the lives of their family members.
  • The casual link between a crash on the expressway and a man’s death while jogging.
  • A case that involved a trucking company that put a dangerous trucker behind the wheel of an 18 wheeler.
  • The baffling appearance of a disease not encountered for years.
  • Setting a legal precedent that encourages manufacturers to set child safety as a priority.
  • The Case of Miss M. – a 55 year old woman with chronic pulmonary disease (COPD).
  • How an amusement ride operator failed to follow critical safe operating procedures, was improperly trained, or made a conscious decision not to follow procedures, and acted with willful disregard of rider safety.
  • Why the defense team searches every corner of the internet trying to find things out about an injury victim.
  • Why honesty is the best policy.
  • How a trial is like a Shakespeare play or a Rogers and Hammerstein musical.

Trust in the Truth!

Selecting the right trial attorney can seem like a frustrating and daunting task, especially for someone who is injured and in pain. In today’s fast-paced world, information, as well as misinformation, abound. The last thing most injured people feel like doing is sifting through truths, half-truths, and lies in order to find the right attorney.

What most people really want is an attorney who is trustworthy, empathetic, and hardworking. People need to feel confident in their attorney, knowing that the attorney is willing to do the heavy lifting needed to make a financial recovery and has the experience and track record as an advocate to go the distance for clients.

By helping people understand what a trial lawyer does and how cases are won at trial, this book helps people discover the skills and qualities to look for in selecting a trial lawyer who will relentlessly fight for truth on behalf of clients.

Available on Amazon

Foreword by: Rob Anspach

Publisher: Anspach Media

Cover by: Freddie Solis

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For more information about David Holub visit him at https://DavidHolubLaw.com

For more information about Rob Anspach and Anspach Media visit https://AnspachMedia.com

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