You Don't Need A Lawyer

You Don't Need A Lawyer

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Workman Press.
Don’t sue. Write. In a world where it’s every consumer for himself, this guide to successful self-advocacy shows how to make a letter your own court of law. And how to avoid the time, expense, and hassle of litigation.

• It is all about the money. Drawing on over thirty years of success representing clients who share the same problems and frustrations as the rest of us, James Kramon knows exactly how to push the right buttons. He shows readers:
1) How to determine exactly what you want. 2) How to determine what your opponent might want. And 3) How to present your case in the best possible light. He explains which technical terms to use, when to bring in an expert—even when to send the letter via regular mail or certified.
• Over 80 sample letters to follow, each proven to be effective. Change the pertinent details and use the letters as are, or follow them as loose templates.

Baker & Taylor
An attorney shares practical advice on how to get what one wants or what one is entitled to without hiring expensive or time-consuming legal counsel, explaining how readers can overcome emotion to present one's case in a letter of complaint that is clear, concise, professional, and fair and providing more than eighty carefully worded sample letters that cover everything from warranty claims to HMO requests or IRS disagreements. Original.

Publisher: New York : Workman Pub., c2005
ISBN: 9780761140382
Characteristics: 344 p. ; 28 cm


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