A prominent Arizona personal injury and wrongful death attorney, Mark Breyer, recently gave a one-time only continuing legal education (CLE) course on how to process automobile accident cases.
Phoenix, Arizona - A prominent personal injury and wrongful death attorney, Mark Breyer, recently gave a one-time only continuing legal education (CLE) course on how to process automobile accident cases. Mark Breyer is a certified personal injury and wrongful death attorney, a distinction given to less than 1 percent of attorneys in Arizona. Mark and his wife, Alexis, are partners in the Husband and Wife Law Team, operating statewide.
The seminar was presented by the State Bar of Arizona and provided attorneys with 3 CLE credits. The course covered the statute of limitations for car accident claims, client intake processes, setting up insurance claims, how to deal with property damage, and more.
Never before has there been such a great opportunity to learn from a certified specialist and top rated attorney.
Held in Phoenix on Thursday, September 22, 2011, the event was highly successful. Not only were there nearly three dozen attorneys in attendance, but many also logged online for the simulcast presentation from their locations throughout Phoenix and Tucson. A link will be available soon on the State Bar website for any attorneys who were unable to participate.
Already, Mark Breyer has received many favorable reviews. Attendees were able to ask a lot of questions, both during and after the seminar, and Mark even received a few emails the next day with additional feedback. The overall feedback on the CLE was that people wished it could have been longer!
Mark and Alexis Breyer started their practice in Arizona in 1996 when they created Breyer Law Offices, P.C. Their cases include automobile, motorcycle, trucking accidents, slip and fall incidents, nursing home abuse cases, dog bites, construction accidents, and other cases of negligence that have left innocent people permanently affected. To learn more about the firm, visit http://www.breyerlaw.com.
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