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solos-describe your dream referral

i had a consultant ask me that question and didn't have a go tttsolo02/06/17
Porn studio that wants to pay me in goods and services. isthisit02/06/17
I think I know what you mean by services. But by "goods", do guyingorillasuit02/06/17
I'll take the bad with the good. #ACA isthisit02/06/17
rich and desperate dingbat02/07/17
Am I missing something, or is a 29-year old female doctor wi wolfman02/07/17
Latin American investor with competent and responsive secret dieter02/07/17
A guy I used to office with had a case land in his lap where fettywap02/07/17
I was swapping stories with an older local attorney during a hankstamper02/07/17
tttsolo (Feb 6, 2017 - 7:22 pm)

i had a consultant ask me that question and didn't have a good answer-what would be your answer?

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isthisit (Feb 6, 2017 - 9:59 pm)

Porn studio that wants to pay me in goods and services.

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guyingorillasuit (Feb 6, 2017 - 10:04 pm)

I think I know what you mean by services. But by "goods", do you mean "herpes"?

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isthisit (Feb 6, 2017 - 10:08 pm)

I'll take the bad with the good. #ACA

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dingbat (Feb 7, 2017 - 9:28 am)

rich and desperate

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wolfman (Feb 7, 2017 - 9:33 am)

Am I missing something, or is a 29-year old female doctor with adorable kids and a devoted husband currently unable to work due to being run over by a UPS truck on its regular route whose drunk and high driver was arrested at the scene not good anymore?

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dieter (Feb 7, 2017 - 10:38 am)

Latin American investor with competent and responsive secretary who wants an EB-5.

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fettywap (Feb 7, 2017 - 7:29 pm)

A guy I used to office with had a case land in his lap where this little boy got into a supply closet at the race track and drank cleaning fluid. The case settled for $4 million without very much work involved. This guy didn't even do personal injury work. He just got lucky.

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hankstamper (Feb 7, 2017 - 8:55 pm)

I was swapping stories with an older local attorney during a mediation.

He told me about a personal injury case he had - a med mal case that fell in his lap - a family friend.

He told me that he just filed a complaint, and then scheduled the deposition for the doctor. He said when he was taking the doctor's deposition, the doctor totally threw the insurance company under the bus - in the deposition the doctor admitted making the mistake, nicking the artery, and that he felt terrible about it and wanted his insurance carrier to pay out the policy limits for his mistake - all on the record in the deposition.

The attorney told me he got a $1 million policy limits recovery for about 15 hours of work.

That's my dream referral.

I had one similar case a few years back, but on a much smaller scale - I got $100,000 policy limits (so I got $33,000) for about 25 hours work (preparing and sending demand).

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