You’re a good attorney, and you care about the people you represent. You’re busy working on cases and spend a lot of time on time. In fact, you even buy TIME! And, I’m writing to help you make a more comfortable TIME purchase from me, a consultant who is also an educator!
I fully realize attorneys buy TIME
Time – Because you bill by the hour (and so do I), I promise to help you be more productive and, thus, more successful by providing value laden services.
I promise to always respect your time.
Information – Because I totally understand why you HATE looking stupid (and so do I), I will provide accurate information that you want or need.
I promise to always ensure you have a good reason for working with me.
Money – Because saving money and making money are the goals for almost every law firm (and for every consulting firm too), I will effectively use all the resources available to help with your case.
I promise to be accurate and fair with my billing.
Education – Because lawyers always need continuing education (and so do I) to maintain your license, I am available to present to any group that would benefit from learning about my work and rehabilitation consulting. In addition, as I’m a well-trained educator and counselor, I can help you and your client in many ways throughout the case and onto trial, where my educational background is useful in front of a jury.
I promise to bring new light to your litigation strategies.
How much TIME would you like to have on your hands, especially when working on a complex case that has to do with work and disability? So there it is! But wait, there’s more:
I, Amy, promise to Always Be True at My Core, because that’s all I have ever had and have ever needed and I’m willing to share what I know is true.
Enjoy a piece of quality fruit (I love organic apples) and then give me, Amy E. Botkin, a call to discuss your case. I’m here to help you help your client!
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My professional rehabilitation counseling practice is focused on helping people participate in the world around them, particularly in their own world of work.