Authored By: Iris Garrett
More bad news for Takata airbags. A recent article on The Hill shows the company failed to inform U.S. regulators about an incident in Switzerland involving a ruptured airbag inflator. Although Takata’s defective airbags have been the topic of the largest auto recall in American history over the past few years, this rupture was d...
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Watch President and CEO Michael J. Swanson's interview with Attorney Karl Truman of the Karl Truman Law Office as he shares how Advocate Capital, Inc.'s case expense financing has helped his firm get even better results for their clients.
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So often as business owners or managers, we focus our time and attention on the problem employees that require more coaching and training.
I recently read with great interest an article on Inc. by Joel Comm titled “The 3 Secret Signs of a Super Employee.” What a revelation!
In short summary, there are 3 tell-tale signs that a team member has more talent t...
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Shirley Johnson (center) during the 2014 Komen Nashville Race for the Cure
On Saturday, October 1st, Advocate Capital, Inc.’s Team Hope will become Team Shirley. We will be embarking on yet another exciting year for the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s Race for the Cure! Only this time, we will be doing so in honor of Advocate Capital’...
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President and CEO Michael J. Swanson recently interviewed Karl Truman, of the Karl Truman Law Office about free resources to help educate consumers now available on his firm website.
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It has been an exciting year for Advocate Capital, Inc.! The company gained more than 50 new clients this year (and counting), celebrated its 17th anniversary, and enjoyed a growth of 25% in the last twelve months. Because of this unparalleled success, Advocate Capital, Inc. wants to make it easier for its client...
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Patrick C. Smith recently announced he was given the AV Preeminent rating award for the 5th consecutive year. Only 1% of attorneys have received the award for 5 consecutive years. The highly regarded AV Preeminent rating is selected by Martindale-Hubbell and “reflects both an attorney’s ethical standards and legal ability.” The...
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Many successful plaintiff lawyers will tell you that client testimonials are a powerful tool for growing a law firm. Well, testimonials are also a very effective source of due diligence when selecting vendors for your law firm, similar to the way Yelp reviews help people decide whether they want to eat at a particular restaurant.
Testimonials build trust,...
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Authored By: Iris Garrett
Man-made earthquakes: they are not a unique occurrence. In fact, according to a recent “60 Minutes” report by CBS News’s Bill Whitaker, the state of Oklahoma was rocked by more than 900 of those man-made quakes in 2015 alone. Yet, it is the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that rattled the state earlier this month that will go down as Ok...
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President and CEO Michael J. Swanson interviews Karl Truman, of the Karl Truman Law Office, about how a personal injury attorney can help you get your medical expenses paid after an accident.
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