The book covers Keith’s insights from his work as lead litigation strategist at Morgan & Morgan, creating ideas and then testing them on a wide variety of cases through the firm’s rapidly expanding nation-wide law firm. It provides Keith to test his ideas in a wide variety of venues throughout the country, through many different lawyers, and in cases ranging from “minor impact” auto claims and premises liability cases to medical malpractice, tobacco litigation and beyond. Many of the concepts in the book address practical skills during voir dire, opening statement, case framing and damages.Readers have found Don’t Eat the Bruises to be one of their favorite Trial Guides books, indicated by very positive customer feedback to our staff, high sales, many success stories, and written customer ratings and reviews. Throughout the first 100 reviews, Don’t Eat the Bruises has achieved a 4.9 star rating.
Trial Guides is announcing a new customer success story for one of the largest personal injury verdicts of 2023.
Trial Guides Founder Aaron DeShaw has obtained a $77.5 million verdict in a recent amputation case using multiple influences from Trial Guides. His $77.5 million compensatory damages verdict is the largest personal injury verdict in Oregon history, and believed to be the highest single leg amputation verdict in the United States. As with other customer success stories, we asked Aaron for some insights on how he obtained the verdict that might help other Trial Guides customers.
Trial Guides contributing author uses lessons from Don’t Eat The Bruises, Trial by Human, and Witness Preparation for an outstanding plaintiff outcome. This verdict is considered one of the largest slip and fall jury verdicts for a lumbar spine injury that did not result in quadriplegia.