Surviving An Attorney/Client Relationship Breakdown

TheTheInstantSurvivor-245x300re you are all alone, your lawyer has turned against you, treating you like the enemy.  Perhaps you questioned his/her strategy, competence, or billings, and s/he reacted like a cornered cat.  What do you do?

Jim Moorhead, Harvard College and Columbia Law School graduate and partner at a major Washington, D.C. law firm, just published a book titled The Instant Survivor – Right Ways to Respond When Things Go Wrong.  Mr. Moorhead’s book about managing corporate and personal crises can also be used as a lifeline for those facing isolation in the wake of an adversarial attorney.

Mr. Moorhead sets forth four seemingly simple, yet proven steps to take when facing crisis:

STAY FROSTY: Remain clam and focused when a crisis begins

SECURE SUPPORT: Tap into your network of personal and professional contacts

STAND TALL: Take full charge of your response

SAVE YOUR FUTURE: Prepare for post-crisis success

This 199 page book is chock full of advice, engaging everyday life and celebrity stories, and easy to follow — when you’re in a fog — steps to climb out of a crisis.  Those facing an adversarial attorney now have a how-to companion to begin the navigation process.

You’ve got options.  The Center for Legal Practice Reform can help you navigate the attorney/client relationship and level the playing field.  Call LPR today for a free consultation – (301) 351-7970. 

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