Procrastination, Information, and Ignorance
Published to: 000113, 000116, A Small Town Lawyer's Perspective
on September 15, 2010 8:22 pm
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Before writing my articles on Personal Injury Misconceptions, a few thoughts. My new Apple iPad is fabulous; no I haven’t gone over to the Mac crowd, but some things are so right, you can’t not have one. Case in point was my test drive of a 2002 Subaru WRX. Bought it that week and am on my third one.(Note: after ten glorious years, our son Justin is selling that original WRX! 02/28/2012 J.B.H.) 0-60 mph. in 5.4 seconds, and world rally car suspension, for $25,000! So, also, the iPad is instant on and the size of a National Geographic, and that’s just the beginning!
And that got me thinking. We are awash in a sea of information. Much like the person on a life raft in the ocean, but with nothing to drink. Just think; hundreds of books you can download for free to your I Pad! Amazon is so cocky, it gives away books like The Autobiograpy of Benjamin Franklin or The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin. Next time I hear someone say they don’t believe in evolution, I can ask them if they have read Origin of Species, which, by the way, is VERY understandable. Most people don’t have a clue, but the young ones have sent and received hundreds of texts on who likes who and who is going where, just this week, and learned very little from the experience.
So, also, there is a lot of information available on personal injury law, injuries, and claims. Lawyers produce millions of dollars in T.V. ads, but people just don’t seem to understand the process, purpose, or the law, of personal injury. The following articles are written to help educate you on these issues.
This post was written by Burton Hunter