My parents taught me that we rarely get anywhere alone. While our successes are often a product of our determination, tenacity, resilience, creativity and the like we would be really rude and self-centered if we failed to acknowledge the help of friends and others along the way.
Recently I was on a trial team involving a truck wreck. I needed some help. I turned to two lawyers. One I had met in March 2011 and the other almost a decade ago. Both men immediately took my call. Both men gave me their time, their resources, tips and techniques. Both men wrote to inquire how the trial was coming along and what else they could do to help the team. Neither one asked for a dime.
It's true what they say: You Gotta Have Friends.
With deep gratitude to trial attorneys Morgan G. Adams and Joseph (Joe) A. Fried for stepping up to the plate to share what they know to benefit strangers somewhere across a crowded country. Please take a moment to visit their websites, read their blogs and pass it on. As the story goes, we have multi-million reasons that the right case story told right is not just "storytelling."
Thank you, Morgan and Joe, from down here on the knees of my heart.