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Your Best Foot Forward: Opening Statements that Win at Trial -
Audio Conference now available on-demand.
How important is your opening statement? Studies show that that's when 80% of jurors make up their minds about the case. And jury consultants tell us that 90% of jurors do not change that belief for the duration of the trial.
While jurors may not realize that their minds are made up, they make crucial decisions about credibility and positions that determine how they interpret the forthcoming evidence and ultimately how they make verdict decisions.
So how can you improve your opening statements, and drive better client outcomes? Use this informative one hour audio conference, Your Best Foot Forward: Opening Statements that Win at Trial, featuring personal injury and products liability attorney Parker Miller, to learn how.
Mr. Miller will dive into what works and what doesn't when making that all-important first argument, explaining keys to:
- Being persuasive
- Establishing your theme
- Being direct
- Taking away the other side’s bombshells
- Establishing credibility
- Laying the foundation for your closing argument
- Making the promise
- Discussing damages
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About Your Presenter:
Principal: Personal Injury and Product Liability
Parker Miller is a Principal in Beasley Allen’s Personal Injury and Products Liability Section. Since joining the firm in 2008, he has established himself as a force in cases of national significance. Previously, the firm selected him as Toxic Torts Section Lawyer of the Year in 2012 and in 2014. Mr. Miller’s primary focus has always been in high-stakes, complex litigation. He currently represents survivors and their families in a wide range of catastrophic injury or death cases, including product liability cases involving vehicles, the workplace, or failed safety devices.