• For over 20 years, Mr. Altman has dedicated his entire professional life to helping injured people. In law school, he excelled academically and was selected as a member of the Loyola Law Review. Mr. Altman has written published articles and has assisted in the drafting of rules governing attorney ethics. He has also taught continuing legal education to attorneys in handling personal injury matters. He is experienced in representing people in a variety of injury and damage matters in all respects including trial and appellate work.

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  • Neil P. Anthony is dedicated to fighting for full and fair compensation for victims of injuries. Neil P. Anthony joined Steinger, Iscoe & Greene in 2008 after having already begun a distinguished career providing legal representation in personal injury and wrongful death claims. Mr. Anthony is a recognized leader in the field of injury claims and for more than a decade, he has built his practice around helping those who have suffered harm to recover the compensation they need to move forward after devastating accidents.

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  • Mindy Bish is the grandchild of immigrant grandparents who worked in sweatshops and fought for unions and worker’s rights in the 1920′s and 30′s. Inspired by their stories of struggle Mindy, in her 30′s , made the decision to attend law school hoping to work in the public defenders office in Los Angeles. When a budget crisis eliminated her position, Mindy, turned to personal injury. Working for a short time on the defense side, Mindy has fought for the injured since 1995.

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  • When Ben was 15 years old, he knew he wanted to be a trial lawyer. To achieve this goal, he worked two jobs during the summer to help pay his way through college. He worked as a laborer for a construction company during the day and as a nurse’s aide in the evenings. Working as a nurse’s aide in state-run retirement homes taught Ben that helping people made him feel better about himself. During that time, he realized that being a trial lawyer would give him the chance to help people every day.

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  • Augustus F. Brown, a principal at Brown, Brown & Young since 1985, received his undergraduate degree from Villanova University, and was a Magna Cum Laude graduate from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1974, where he was a recipient of the Heuisler Honor Society Award for academic scholarship. He served as law clerk to the late William J. O’Donell, Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals of Maryland.

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  • Sean graduated from UNLV (2000) with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Thereafter, Sean graduated cum laude from the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law (2003). While attending Boyd School of Law, Sean was a staff editor of the Nevada Law Journal, and a member of the National Moot Court team. Sean also won the Society of Advocates oral argument competition as a second year law student.

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  • Tobias “Toby” Cole Toby Cole is a partner at Midani Hinkle & Cole LLP in Houston, TX. He began his law practice as a defense attorney defending large multi-national corporations. Most of his work involved industrial and commercial personal injury matters. In 2005, he switched sides and began working exclusively for injured individuals and their families. Mr. Cole’s practice includes catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases of all types. He also focuses heavily on discrimination, employment and medical malpractice issues.

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  • Trial advocate on behalf of injury victims. Litigation experience in courts and administrative tribunals throughout South Carolina. Extensive work before the SC Workers Compensation Commission and Office of Hearings and Appeals, Social Security Administration. Partner in the law firm of Christian & Davis (1988 to present). Currently licensed to practice in the State and Federal Courts for the state of South Carolina and the United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.

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  • Michael Denton was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, September 21, 1963; Raised in Mustang, OK, attended Mustang Schools K-12; Married (Kristin) with three sons (Trey, Andrew and Luke); attend Mustang United Methodist Church; served active duty in the U.S. Army 1983-1985, Honorably Discharged, MOS: 19 Kilo (M-1 Tanker)(Honor Platoon).

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  • Danny Ellis, noted personal injury attorney (twice named as a rising star by Super Lawyers) learned to care for others by watching his parents. Danny’s parents were dedicated Christians who operated orphanages and children’s homes. As a result, Danny saw his parents dedicate most of their productive years to helping children with no family to care for them, even taking in foster children and adopting children into their own family. Consequently, Danny learned the priority of giving himself for the benefit of others who need help.

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  • Matt Feller is originally from Layton, Utah. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, and went on to attend the McGeorge School of Law at University of the Pacific in Sacramento.

    Matt specializes in personal injury, medical malpractice, premises liability, wrongful death, motor vehicle cases, nursing home cases, and tractor/trailer and commercial vehicle cases. He has also won several large verdicts in molestation cases.

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  • Mr. Finkelstein is the Managing Partner of Finkelstein & Partners. He has become a noted consumer activist through his representation of injured individuals against corporate wrong doers and irresponsible parties. An accomplished litigator, Mr. Finkelstein has represented Plaintiffs in wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases arising from defective drugs, dangerous consumer products, automobile, bus and motorcycle accidents, dog bites, fall down accidents and air craft crashes.

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  • Paul Ford is a graduate of Rhodes College in Memphis, TN obtaining a BA in 1984. Paul obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, in 1987. While in law school, Paul was a member of the Arkansas Law Review, an honor extended to students based on achievement. He also graduated with honors in the top 10 of his class.

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  • Kenneth Fromson’s practice has involved all facets of litigation. He has managed and litigated various types of personal injury cases to trial, in both state and federal courts, arising from defective drugs and products, automobile accidents, fall downs due to defective conditions, dog bites, motorcycle accidents and construction site accidents.

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  • The Austin Chronicle recognized Mr. Gabbay as “The Best Personal Injury Lawyer and Will Writer Extraordinaire.” He has been a featured speaker for the Texas Trial Lawyers Association on “Effective Settlement Videos”, and presents talks to other lawyers at the University of Texas School of Law CLE on Effective Presentation of a Client’s Case. Mr. Gabbay’s work producing effective settlement videos for his clients earned national recognition on NPR’s “On the Media.”

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  • Danita Glenn received her B.A. in Business Administration from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. She then moved to Dallas/Ft. Worth for work. While working full time, Ms. Glenn went to law school part-time at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth. During law school, she participated in over 300 hours of pro bono legal services with the EEOC, Texas Wesleyan Law Clinic, and the Fort Worth Probate Court. Ms. Glenn joined The Hart Law Firm in 2010 where she practices personal injury law.

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  • I grew up in the mountains of North Georgia in a small town called Chatsworth. After graduating from Murray County High School, I attended the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee where I was a four year starter as the kicker for the football team, proctor of my dormitory for two years, member of Delta Tau Delta and member of the Order of The Gownsmen.

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  • Fred Hagans, founder and principal of Hagans Burdine Montgomery & Rustay, P.C. in Houston, has been practicing litigation for over 40 years. He is certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law. Fred has handled hundreds of cases which resulted in verdicts or settlements greater than $1,000,000.

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  • A. Laurie Koller is a trial attorney based in Carr & Carr’s Tulsa office. However, she is licensed in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri with responsibility for some matters in all three states.

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  • Ron is a graduate of Brigham Young University and University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Ron is currently a governing board member of the Utah Association of Justice (UAJ), where he currently serves on the education committee and is involved in planning continuing legal education seminars that the UAJ sponsors. Ron further serves as one of the Utah delegates to the American Association of Justice (formerly ATLA, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America).

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  • Elizabeth Larrick opened her own law office in Austin, Texas after her mentorship under fellow Reptile lawyer Leonard Gabbay. Her practice is focused on personal injury cases involving automobile/trucking crashes and premises liability. Elizabeth is licensed to practice in Oklahoma and Texas.

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  • Joe Lopez started practicing law in 2003 and in 2015, he founded the Lopez Law Firm, one of the top personal injury law firms in Austin, TX. Today he is the lead trial attorney at the firm. Joe is a trial lawyer entirely devoted to representing people who have suffered great harm. He has worked extensively on cases involving spinal injuries, brain injuries, and wrongful deaths as a result of dangerous work conditions. Joe strongly believes the law should be used to deter others from harmful conduct that threatens the safety in our communities.

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  • My name is Gregg W. Luther. I am proud to be a trial lawyer from Oklahoma City, helping real Oklahomans anywhere in our state. We are all patients. My calling is civil prosecution of healthcare providers who harm patients by not following simple Patient Safety Rules.

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  • I attended law school at Vanderbilt University and received my J.D. in 1977. Following that I worked in NYC for approximately two years before returning to Arkansas to being my own practice in my hometown. Since then I have been practicing in many areas, but with a concentration in the business area until the last few years, when I have increased my Plaintiff’s personal injury practice. This change is purely as the result of the teachings of Don Keenan and David Ball.

    COURSE ADVISOR: RULES & CASE SELECTION | CONTACT: jlyons@keenanballcollege.com

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  • Joey McCutchen received a B.A. in Zoology from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He went on to earn a J.D. from the University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Law School and a Masters of Theological Studies from Harvard University. He is licensed to practice law in both Arkansas and Oklahoma and actively practices in both states.

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  • Glenn C. McGovern has practiced only plaintiff personal injury law in New Orleans since 1977. He is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell for years and listed in Louisiana Super Lawyers 2009-2012. Glenn’s has handled successful cases of over one million dollar settlements and judgments in multiple areas of law: police brutality, toxic torts, motorcycle accidents and employment law.

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  • Carin A. O’Donnell is a Shareholder at Stark & Stark where she concentrates her practice in the areas of catastrophic personal injuries, construction accidents, motor vehicle and motorcycle accidents and wrongful death. She is a trial attorney who has successfully litigated personal injury matters resulting in verdicts in excess of a million dollars.

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  • Michael Reiter is from Potomac, Maryland and currently lives in Rockville, Maryland. He received his BA from Syracuse University and his JD from University of Miami.

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  • A native of Lee County Georgia, Chris Rodd received an Associates of Arts in Foreign Language with an emphasis in Spanish from Darton College in Albany. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the University of Georgia and his Juris Doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida.

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  • Steve Sanders, the founder of The Law Offices of Steve Sanders L.C., in Kansas City, Missouri, has earned a strong reputation for his trial advocacy skills and ability to get results for his clients. He is committed to helping injured people and the families of wrongful death victims recover to the fullest extent possible physically, financially and emotionally.

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  • Ryan Skiver graduated from Ohio University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Business Administration and a major in Finance. He attended Southwestern Law School and graduated in top 20% of the class and participated in Honors Trial Advocacy Program.

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  • Kevin grew up in Charleston, South Carolina where he attended The Citadel on a full athletic scholarship. From there, Kevin went to law school in Boston, Massachusetts. Upon returning to Charleston, he began a practice of helping injured victims that would define his adult life. Kevin is a delegate for Charleston on the board of the South Carolina Association for Justice. Aside from the practice of law, Kevin serves as the chairman of the board for the Trident Literacy Association, a local nonprofit that teaches adults to read and write.

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  • Tye Smith has obtained significant jury verdicts in the central, western and southeastern areas of Oklahoma. He has persuaded major insurance carriers to change their claims-handling procedures through his pursuit of bad faith litigation.

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  • Alvin Wolff, Jr. is licensed to practice in Colorado and Missouri, and splits his time between both states. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis and his Juris Doctor from St. Louis University, where he’s also served on faculty as a trial practice instructor.

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  • Sam Harding received a B.A. degree from Oklahoma State University in 1967. He served as a pilot in the United States Air Force until 1972. While in Viet Nam, he received the Distinguished Flying Cross. He completed an M.B.A. degree from Southern Illinois University during his service in the military. Following an honorable discharge, Sam earned a Juris Doctorate degree from Oklahoma University in 1974. In 1975, he was admitted to practice Law in Nevada. Sam is a member of the Nevada Justice Association and the American Bar Association. He is an advocate member of ABOTA and an AV rated attorney in Martindale-Hubble.

    Sam has been a speaker at numerous continuing legal education seminars in Nevada. He is also on the court appointed arbitration and short trial pro-tem judge panel.

    Thanks to Don Keenan and David Ball, Sam’s passion for the law and teaching has reached new heights.

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  • Mike is a solo practitioner in Boston whose office overlooks the Old State House, where John Adams defended the British regulars in the Boston Massacre Trial. Before changing careers, he was a pharmacist for 11 years. After having filled more than 150,000 prescriptions, he yearned for another challenge and a more rewarding vocation. Law school opened a new world, and he knew he wanted to be a personal injury attorney after two weeks of first-year Torts. Learning and using the Reptile is yet another new and different challenge, augmented by the opportunity to help teach it to fellow plaintiffs’ attorneys who are ready, willing, and excited to change their practices and never look back. On summer weekends you can find him enjoying the serenity, fun, and re-charge of boating, skiing, and swimming at Lake Winnipesaukee.

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  • Mr. Dougherty has handled thousands of cases and recovered millions of dollars for his clients. He has handled semi-truck cases, motor vehicle collisions, premises liability cases, slip/trip and fall cases, wrongful death cases, elevator cases and various other types of negligence cases. Mr. Dougherty is also on faculty at the Keenan Ball College in Atlanta, GA where he has the great honor of working with and instructing some of the top trial lawyers from around the country.

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  • Stuart N. Ratzan, shareholder of Ratzan Law Group, has successfully tried and resolved many of Florida’s most significant catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases. On behalf of patients and consumers, he has taken on the most powerful hospitals, doctors, manufacturers and insurance companies in the state.

    Mr. Ratzan has also won cases for countless consumers in catastrophic injury cases against property owners, trucking companies, consumer product manufacturers, automobile insurance companies and government entities. Mr. Ratzan’s practice includes medical malpractice, personal injury and commercial trial law in state and federal courts throughout the United States.

    Annually recognized by the South Florida Legal Guide, Florida Trend magazine and Florida Super Lawyers as one of Florida’s top attorneys, Mr. Ratzan has an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available. Mr. Ratzan is also a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

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  • Attorney Maureen Raiche Manning is an experienced trial attorney with a proven record of success representing injured victims. Maureen is admitted to practice in New Hampshire federal and state courts. She is a lifelong resident of Manchester where she lives with her husband and their three sons. Maureen did her undergraduate studies at UNH – Durham and earned her law degree from UNH Law in 1986. Maureen is a frequent guest speaker at legal education programs where she instructs other attorneys in trial, advocacy, and settlement skills. At age 19, Maureen was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives where she served for six years on the Judiciary Committee. She remains the youngest woman ever elected to a seat in the state legislature.

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  • Kevin Swenson grew up in Bountiful, Utah. He graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Westminster College in 1987. From there, he attended the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney…

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  • Brett Cain is the owner of the Cain Law Firm, which practices in and around Fort Worth, Texas. His firm’s mission is to always pursue truth in personal injury and…

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  • David Bernstein has obtained the Masters Level at the Keenan Ball College, has been recognized as a Super Lawyer every year since 2006, has tried over 100 jury trials, has…

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  • I am an attorney and principal in the law firm Gibson Wiley PLLC. I focus my practice of law on protecting workers in employment matters. I am frequently asked to…

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  • I represent individuals in employment disputes and disability insurance disputes. I am a frequent speaker at employment law continuing legal education seminars. Representative clients include my former opposing counsel, executive…

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  • Brian Sanford has been a trial lawyer for over 25 years in and out of the state of Texas. He primarily practices employment law. Although, he has handled a wide…

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  • Mary-Ann Leon received her law degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and her Ph.D. from the University of Kansas. She is currently a solo practitioner representing employee-plaintiffs…

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  • Rob Clements, was influenced by his parents to care for others, take a positive role in the community and make a difference. After serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, Rob…

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  • Larry has three passions in life: family, giving a hand to those less fortunate and making his community a safer place.

    Larry’s area of focus is on serious injury and wrongful death. He is strongly committed to protecting clients and the community-at-large against those who choose mayhem over safety. Imagine, the more trials we do, the easier it is for our clients to settle cases and get institutional change in the bargain. While we prepare every case for trial from the moment it comes in the door, we only go to trial when we have no choice: the insurance company (behind every defendant in every trial) is looking to prevent full and fair justice.

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  • Stacey Cutting, an associate at Bish Law, was born and raised in Southern California. Ms. Cutting had children at an early age, and decided to go to law school in her 30’s, after struggling as a single mother to support her two young children. Ms. Cutting is dedicated to handling complex damage cases, including catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases arising from automobile, medical negligence, elder abuse, and premises liability.

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  • Tony Seaton is a sixth generation, upper East Tennessean who has practiced in Johnson City for over 38 years. He started his own practice 34 years ago concentrating his skills in serious injury law. The firm’s goal is to continue to make the community safer one case at a time. In the past five years Tony and the lawyers in his firm have spent hundreds of hours per year developing state of the art trial skills through the Keenan Trial Colleges.

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