Jul 17, 2020 9:00 AM ET
iCrowd Newswire – Jul 17, 2020
How much time are you wasting recreating the wheel on each case? How much are your offers, settlements, and verdicts suffering because of an unclear plan? How many rabbit trails are you chasing on cases wondering what the defense will do? Tired of that same old dinosaur way that’s lost its edge? A lack of clarity may already be costing you a great deal.
Trial Structure consultants know how it feels as plaintiff’s attorneys to worry about effectively using your time while maximizing case value. That’s why they developed Trial Structure, as a solution for attorneys to maximize their case’s value while focusing on litigation and trial strategy.
Trial Structure is a repeatable system, a formula for success, that organizes evidence into a powerful trial presentation. After putting your case’s evidence into the Trial Structure, you will have an opening statement that will guide you throughout the trial step by step, so the jury can experience what the defendant did to your client and find the true value of the case.
Since 2015, Trial Structure clients have won over $100M in Verdicts and Settlements, including over $35M in 2019. See results HERE.
“The key to Trial Structure is recognizing the patterns that occur in these cases. The more cases we structure, the more patterns we’re able to identify and incorporate in our toolbox. But that requires us to get out of the weeds of these cases, which is tough when a lawyer has been living and breathing a case for 2-3 years.” Says Trial Structure Consultant Charles Bennett. “That’s why all the Trial Structure Consultants use each other to structure their own cases. Like Brett Turnbull, who used me to structure his cases this year, and we won over $14M in verdicts. We understand the importance of an objective eye on things and a collaboration of ideas.”
Even top athletes need coaches and trainers to perform their best. Whether you’ve won multiple large settlements and trials or you’re preparing for your first mediation or trial, Trial Structure’s dedicated team can help you get out of the weeds of your case and focus on the big picture litigation strategy. See a full list of upcoming webinars HERE.
“While the jury was deliberating on a $1,430,640 verdict I won using Trial Structure on a stipulated liability car crash with a $125,000 pre-trial offer, the defense lawyer asked me how I got her trial folder to prepare my opening!” Says Albert Lechner, a trial attorney in Jacksonville, Florida. “I knew exactly what she was going to say before she said it. Trial Structure is the most advanced trial presentation program available.”
“Trial Structure helped me turn a $35,000 pre-trial defense offer into a $12 million verdict.” Says Jeff Hester, an Attorney in Birmingham, Alabama. “With the amount of value Trial Structure adds to your case, you can’t afford not to do it!”
Trial Structure has been a lifetime project of founder Alejandro Blanco, who developed it through trial and error while searching for a repeatable system. Trial Structure Consultants are experienced in using Trial Structure in all different jurisdictions, like Louisiana, Alabama, California, Texas, Florida, Utah, Nevada, New York, Minnesota, Michigan, and many more.
Attorneys are invited to explore Trial Structure offerings, and connect with a consultant for more information.
About Trial Structure
Trial Structure is a repeatable system, a formula for success, that organizes evidence into a powerful trial presentation. After attorneys put their case’s evidence into the Trial Structure, they will have an opening statement that will guide them throughout the trial step by step, so the jury can experience how the defendant was negligent, and find the true value of the case. The Trial Structure team is passionate about teaching attorneys how to maximize their case value; and since 2015, has assisted clients in winning over $100M in verdicts and settlements.
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