Ever heard of lawyer jokes?! Yeah, I know. Everyone has one. But, you all know the deal. You can’t live without lawyers and you can’t live with lawyers. 🙂 C’est la vie. I know, I know. 🙂 Well, some really nice lawyer friendly folks understand what we lawyers have to go through so they put together this really cool video which I saw on my colleague Noah Schwinghamer, Esq.’s blog. Folks, I am so digging Noah’s blog and a big shout out to him. If you are a California lawyer, totally worth visiting his site!
If you are looking for a personal injury lawyer, his website has great resources that can help answer your questions in general and also determine if he is the right fit for you. He is a super smart young lawyer and I love his energy.
“Noah Schwinghamer is a Sacramento Injury Lawyer. Mr. Schwinghamer received his undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he received a B.A. in Political Science. He received his J.D. from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California where he graduated with distinction.
While at McGeorge, Mr. Schwinghamer wrote for the school’s Global Business and Development Law Journal. He was a recipient of the Dean’s scholarship, an Academic Achievement Scholarship, and he was inducted into the Traynor Honor Society. Presently, Mr. Schwinghamer is an employee of the Law Office of Michael R. Loewen. . .” Visit Noah here.
Check out the video I saw on Noah’s blog below produced by the Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC). NICE!
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