The Consumer Quarterback Show Original Air Date 5/17/2017

featuring Personal Injury Trial Lawyer Chelsie Lamie, CEO and Private Investigator for Advantage PI MJ Martinez, and a call in from Estate Planning Attorney Jerry Slutzky

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introductions intelligent talk radio
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I've got some intelligent folks here in
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studio Chelsea le'me here in studio and
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she's a Personal Injury trial attorney
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and welcome back in thanks Brandon great
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to be here yeah my pleasure
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what's new in your world I think today I
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want to talk about helping your
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listeners know how to properly document
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the scene of an accident after they've
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been involved in one yeah that's
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important you see that out there so many
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people are getting hurt with these
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roadways and you know the rainy season
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coming so as soon as the roads get wet
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here we go
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and so much information in evidence can
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be lost so let's preserve it let's help
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your
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do that today right yeah yeah that's
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going to be great we're going to dive
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deep on that personal injury law and we
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can also talk with MJ Martinez he's the
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CEO private investigator at Vantage P I
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at Vantage P I comm welcome back in sir
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yes absolutely thank you Brian good to
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be here it's going to be refreshing to
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talk with a personal injury lawyer today
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little new blood yeah a lot of fun we
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have also a call coming in from Jarek
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Slutsky estate planning attorney here in
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with a little personal development as we
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always do we want to help our business
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owners out there stay motivated call
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that audible here so I want to introduce
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you to my friend my friend mo is his
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name and it's not my friend from high
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school who had a friend running back in
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school named mo but this is a different
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from friend he's a friend of work done
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from the former Buccaneers on a lot of
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super achievers like Derek Robbins
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former guest on the show Grant Cardone
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Forbes Riley and many other super
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achievers and let's think back so what
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we're talking about my friend is
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momentum right that's all of our friends
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so momentum and you think back to high
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school when you have the physics class
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you talk about Newton's first law the
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law of inertia objects arrest tend to
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stay at rest unless acted upon by an
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outside force now the opposite is true
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object objects in motion tend to stay in
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motion unless acted upon right so unless
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you are acted upon by an outside force
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you're going to fall in those old habit
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you're going to have habits of being a
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couch potato sitting there watching
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YouTube videos looking down saying wow
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we're at the time yo we want to stay
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away from those types of habits and we
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want to fall into different types of
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habits and build that momentum so
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achievers build momentum by utilizing
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self-discipline the ability to do what
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you should do whether you feel like it
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or not see a lot of times people that
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they're
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willing to get in the way I don't feel
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like doing this I don't feel like being
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proactive and I'll feel like starting
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that investment plan so we want to make
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sure that we help you with that as well
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and you think about momentum the old
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childhood ever get on one of those
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merry-go-rounds right in the beginning
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all your friends pile up and I say okay
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push this merry-go-round we want you to
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go and they start cheering you on in the
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beginning it's very slow it's hard
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you're pushing hard and you're getting
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very limited results but slowly over
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time it starts building up you start
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going faster you get the wind in your
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face and then the momentum is on your
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side and that's what we want you to do
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as well out there's a business owner we
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want to help you understand that
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adopting change is a slow and argue
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astac but progress is slow and then once
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you are kicked into motion that the
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Momentum's joining the party right so
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you get that friend mo on your side and
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it's just like a rocket ship whenever
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they take off they're using lots and
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lots of fuel and and once they get past
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that first three or four minutes then it
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says they're going to use a lot less
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fuel because they've already beat that
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gravity so you'll need lots of momentum
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in the beginning but it's worth it so
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work hard and now and carry that to
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develop that momentum that's going to
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carry with you far into the future
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many years into the future that's your
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two-minute drill from the quarter back
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here helping you win so getting that
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momentum going so speaking of momentum
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Chelsea I know you guys have a lot of
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momentum at your law office here in
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beautiful Tampa Bay and they can yeah a
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lot of good things happening yeah we're
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you know I like to say we're it's good
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that we're busy and that we're helping
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people but I'd like nothing more than to
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be put out of business because people
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start driving a lot more carefully and
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I'll happily find another area of law to
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practice right there's lots out there
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that I can do but you know I exclusively
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JPI and one of the things that I've seen
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this week and it sort of came up into my
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head last night when I was thinking
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about what we should talk about today is
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that evidence is so often lost at the
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scene and so many times you think oh
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this is a clear-cut case of the person
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running the red light or the other
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person running the stop sign everybody
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thought well guess what everybody
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disappears everybody doesn't make it
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onto the police report as a witness at
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the rpi I said over there he's shaking
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and said yes so we have to document the
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scene as best as possible Brandon so
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here's just a few little things I was
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thinking about on the drive over this
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morning one identify all the witnesses
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even if it seems like an open-and-shut
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case of
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my ability and you know who did what
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because the adjusters are going to need
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to know the attorneys are going to need
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to know and ultimately the jury is going
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to need to know so identify those
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witnesses people who are behind you
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people are who are next to you people
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who are standing on the street corner
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gawking at the scene immediately stop in
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in what's obviously you make sure you're
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okay and everybody else is okay and
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there's no life-threatening emergencies
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nobody needs CPR if everyone's okay in
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that moment you want to identify the
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witnesses excuse me did you see the
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accident excuse me as they're in the
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paint I did you see the accident and if
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they did ask them can I use your phone
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real quick to call my wife or to call my
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husband or to call a friend and here's
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why you're doing that now you're going
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to have an incoming call on the phone
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that you can control your wife's found
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for example to be able to connect back
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to that person right ask them can I have
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your phone number can I have your name
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can I can you tell me where you work if
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you're feeling like this person's really
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cooperative ask did you see what
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happened yes don't coach them to say
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would you mind sending me a quick text
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message or email just telling me what
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you saw because now we're getting some
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things in writing that we can eventually
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use to refresh the recollection later on
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also take photos understood photos just
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don't stand right over your hood and you
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know take a such a close-up shot that
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you have no idea when they'll look at ya
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do multiple angles get back get some
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perspective photographs of your car the
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other car try to get them before you
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move the cars if it's safe to do so
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photograph the scene so we can see what
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type of red light there was or was there
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a stop sign your injuries you know
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sometimes you might have a mark on your
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head that you don't know where that came
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from that's going to be important later
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on if you're claiming some sort of brain
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injury or something that has occurred
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with your heads and concussive injury we
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need to be able to say hey look there
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was a red mark right there on your
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forehead and he's not making this up and
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there's also the 14-day rule yep you got
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to make sure that you get your medical
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treatment within 14 days you want to get
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it as soon as possible there's nothing
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adjusters like more than trying to deny
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or devalue your claim because you had
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what we call a gap in treatment so
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definitely take photos identify your
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witnesses report the pain to the police
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to the EMS and go get that treatment
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right away yeah absolutely great tips
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nuggets of advice from attorney Chelsea
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let me
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and personal injury trial attorney here
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in Tampa Bay also we're going to bring
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in MJ Martinez into the conversation as
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well advantage P Icom he's our private
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investigation partner and we're also
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Martinez advantage P I and he's an
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expert in the space of private
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investigation we're going to bring him
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to the conversation let's go back to
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attorney Chelsea Lambie and a personal
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injury trial attorney here in Tampa Bay
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so we kind of talked about that scene of
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the crime or the accident so important
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that you are precautious you're taking
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documentation you're taking photographs
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and you're talking to the different
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folks who've seen the accident happen
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right because again witnesses don't
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always make it onto the police report
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and even if they do they might give you
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a number that doesn't work so you want
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to identify every possible witness who
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saw the accident and make sure you
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really gather some good contact
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information
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for those people so that your attorney
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someone like me can reach out to them in
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the following days to really properly
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secure their statement and speaking of
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statements actually branded one of the
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things that I'd like to warn people out
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there is that insurance companies hey
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you know me I used to work for the
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insurance companies right I was an
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insurance adjuster for many years I was
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an insurance defense lawyer I was you
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know wearing the black hat so to speak
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but now I've seen the light for the last
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eight years I represent only injured
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plaintiffs and one of the things I do
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like to warn my clients is that
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insurance companies know what they're
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doing they have a method and they have a
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system and they have trained people
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ready to take your statement and they're
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not just taking a statement to get the
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truth they're taking a statement with
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some leading questions with with ways to
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frame it so that way you might say
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something you really didn't intend to
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say so my advice for ever all of your
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listeners out there is no matter what
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you think happened no matter whose fault
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you think it was you don't think you're
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injured you don't think it's that bad
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you're going to feel better in a few
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days you give these statements and they
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can really hurt your case if you do tend
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to turn out they have a more serious
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injury later on so do not give any
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recorded statements until you've met
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with your attorney yeah for more tips as
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well I want to remind you of our hotline
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three 17 save that number in your phone
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shoot us a call or a text to our hotline
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seven zero our EQB as well as the
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acronym there but yeah so it's so
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important that these these insurance
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companies they love to take that monthly
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payment but then when it comes time to
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pay it out they're looking for all the
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little loopholes little angles little
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word plays that they can have it's true
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and you know nobody likes to talk you
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know I'm probably one of the most hated
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people in the world is a bi attorney
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right little old me but everybody likes
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to blame everything on the trial lawyers
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and and we've seen that's really not
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true if you dig into the research
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premiums don't go up because trial
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lawyers you can have tort reform in a
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state and the premiums still go up it
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really comes down to business insurance
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companies are in the business of making
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money right and they don't really care
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about you they don't care about the
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little people and yeah you pay your
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premiums for example on um or your pip
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and immediately after an accident
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they're sending you to a
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Derr that they're paying for who they
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continuously send people to who over and
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over again look at all of these people
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and they note nothing wrong with them
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cut off those benefits they're trying to
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even cut off your ten your measly little
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ten thousand dollars of PIP benefits
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well so you know don't don't trust them
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they're not your friends
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talk to me give me a call talk to a good
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personal injury attorney who can help
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you out that's right yeah consumer q be
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calm as well all the contact information
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is available at consumer q be calm and I
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like that tip that you gave as well use
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their phone because now once you call
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from that number or send a quick text
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message from that numbers you have it
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locked in and you're able to reference
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it later absolutely that's one of my
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favorite tips is when I have people call
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their family members or loved ones from
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the scene to let them know they're okay
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using the phones of the witnesses at the
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scene that's a great way to be able to
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show your lawyer okay here's my wife's
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phone here's my cousin's phone my son's
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phone here's all the numbers that I was
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able to call so you know all of these
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people were at the scene and that's a
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great way to help somebody we hire like
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a private investigator go out there and
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find those witnesses yeah yeah
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absolutely
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MJ Martinez he's an expert in the areas
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of private investigation long history as
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a law enforcement officer and so MJ
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you've been at many scenes like this
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what what would you say is a follow-up
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to that yeah I can't emphasize enough
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with the advent usually for law
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enforcement and currently and in the
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past they've had the privilege of having
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a lot of technology at their disposal
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database information right in the field
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also with cameras video cameras video
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cameras through the cell phone video cam
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dash cams on your car now anybody can
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have a dashcam on their car I recently
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had a auto case that I worked on where
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we were able to acquire dashcam video of
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an accident that nobody knew about it
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where we showed the accident clearly
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showed who was at fault clearly showed
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the damages and the resulting effects of
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what happened after after I'd taken
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statements of numerous witnesses some of
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the information was contradictory or not
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you know as accurate as the witness
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statement so the video doesn't lie was
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really amazing to discover this video
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and in the subsequent count of the
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investigation yeah because that's going
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to tell you the truth regardless of what
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the other part you can't add
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true they're going to have the truth
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come out and that's something to think
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about too you look at you know whether
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you're driving around that's how we find
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a lot of these perps in it I mean they
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feel something from this store they come
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around the corner they don't realize
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that that the corner uh you know anchor
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has a camera in all directions you see a
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lot of that I'm sure yeah I mean well
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we're videotaped day week I mean
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countless times everywhere we go so
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that's pretty much SOP for any type of
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investigations to to look for any kind
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of public cameras that you can in these
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accident scenes ancillary video could be
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at a business location to capture
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something that may be that a traffic cam
21:31
didn't capture so if you can access that
21:33
information you know a little more the
21:35
better so yeah I've often thought I'd be
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nice to have a cottage business where
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you could have some sort of repository
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for these witnesses you know see auto
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accidents and they just report this data
21:48
independently you know because they may
21:50
not be on the police report right but
21:52
they ought they they observe this video
21:55
or they observe this accident and they
21:57
might you know they make a lot of people
21:59
don't want to be involved a lot of
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people are busy they're they couldn't
22:02
stay traffic scenes mayhem whatever so
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if they had somewhere to report it at
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independent of you know going to a
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police station or something like that it
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might be advantageous and here's
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something that happens as well coming to
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your point earlier as well Chelsea is
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and this happened to a friend is they
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were in a bad accident i-75 the
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gentleman hit my friend and in the rear
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of the vehicle and he was hurt so bad he
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had to go to the hospital he was drugged
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up and then of course FHP shows up they
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get the one-sided story they come to the
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host Reggie of the emergency room
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hospital room with the false pretenses
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of what they were told it was the
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complete opposite or a different angle
22:45
of the story versus what really happened
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and that's another scenario that plays
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out it happens all the time
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so you know calling all good Samaritans
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out there you know if you see something
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hand your business card to either the
22:58
parties involved you don't have to say
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hey buddy I saw you do this and you did
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something terrible just they have a
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witness you know here's for your
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insurance company and then the insurance
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company is going to you know
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call that person and get the true story
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hopefully so yeah be a good Samaritan
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stop make sure the police have your
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business card make sure the people the
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seen have your business card and don't
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be afraid to get involved because you're
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going to want them to get involved if
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you ever need help yeah we're talking
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personal injury law here on the consumer
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show we're talking as well with Chelsea
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Lambie personal injury attorney trial
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attorney here in Tampa Bay so what else
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are you seeing out there in jail well
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just going back to what Chelsea was
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talking about I see a lot of rookie
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mistakes or just naivete let's say
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people think they know more than the
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potential attorney they might hire or
23:44
they're the insurance adjuster they're
23:47
they're aggravated they're agitated and
23:49
sometimes they'll give that statement
23:51
and falls for those pitfalls because
23:53
they're but yeah the insurance company
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is well trained these adjusters are well
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trained in documenting everything that
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they can to deny your claim yeah bottom
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line and they hire investigators like
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ourselves to you to go out and refute
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all the little petty injury that you
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purport to have pled your honor
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yeah so if you're showing up for you
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know and I am here an independent
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medical examination you like me what I'm
24:32
looking over your shoulder yeah well hey
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more from our from our guests here in
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Bay gonna go to the phones and talk to
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Gerry hey Jerry how are things going
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things are awesome Brandon thank you for
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having me again yeah my pleasure
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absolutely what's new in your world well
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I just got back from a wonderful trip to
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Australia to visit my daughter who lives
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there now and my grandson who is dead as
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six months and it's a six month birthday
30:31
nice you know so it was it was wonderful
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of getting a chance to finally meet
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we've been skyping so I've been seeing
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him growing up but it's certainly not
30:38
the same as holding them in your arms
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yeah that's so neat a lot of good things
30:42
happening there the families now when we
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think about estate planning we look at
30:46
lots of mistakes made you know Prince
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comes to mind James Gandolfini aka Tony
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Soprano the sometimes when we think
30:54
about that you know this pop culture
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world we live in you think about the
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stars that have died intestate you know
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not having things in place now you help
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regular citizens here in the Tampa Bay
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Market correct
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yeah the stars will hopefully take care
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of themselves but I prefer to cater to
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the two of the the other 70% of the mass
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of us who are just trying to get by in
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the world you know when I was flying
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over to Australia one of the things that
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popped into my head is school is almost
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out people are going to be taking
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vacations and so what happens in those
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scenarios I actually knew a couple that
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the two of them would go on separate
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airplanes just in case one of them went
31:37
down so the kids wouldn't lose both of
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their parents Wow that's probably
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extremely I think the statistics show
31:45
that airline safety is actually better
31:47
than auto safety for purposes of of
31:49
death but but the point being is if God
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forbid something does happen on a trip
31:55
like that how are your kids
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protected and now that I have a grandson
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I'm currently re-reviewing all of my
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documents I've had my plan in place for
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a couple of decades now but it's time to
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update number one because of my
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daughter's lifestyle you know she's a
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free spirit she's lived probably in
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seven different states
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she lived in Hawaii for five years she
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went overseas you know she's been to
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Malaysia to Myanmar before the war
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thankfully okay and now she's been the
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New Zealand Bali and has finally decided
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at least for now that she wants to be in
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Australia
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well their difference in tax was there
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our difference in inheritance laws so
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what do I have to do to protect her and
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then how do I protect my grandson if
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heaven forbid something happens to her
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because again being
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a free spirit she can do some fairly
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wild things every now and then I need to
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make sure that he is protected for at
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least for his childhood and peripherally
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beyond and so I invite your listeners to
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give me a call so that I can review
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their situation and make sure their
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children and their grandchildren if they
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have them are protected that's right
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yeah very important to do that checkup
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you want to look at and a lot of it as
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well you want to look and make sure as
33:19
well that your CPA understands what's
33:22
going on in your state plan and then
33:23
that your estate planning attorney
33:25
understands how you're leveraged on your
33:27
mortgage there's you know it's all these
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pieces of the financial wheel that we
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want to make sure and help you think of
33:33
later deeper as a listener and a viewer
33:35
of our show maybe you're watching on we
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beam TV or streaming from our website at
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consumer tv.com
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but as a listener or viewer these are
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the important things often times in our
33:45
busy lifestyle things that are happening
33:47
so fluid these days it's such a fast
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pace of life that we we tend to overlook
33:53
these things Gerry well it's not a
33:55
matter of overlooking we all have such
33:57
busy lifestyles I have a little statue
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on my desk it's a lucite clown on a
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unicycle going uphill while while
34:07
juggling about 17 balloons yes and that
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really is a metaphor for all of our
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lives we have so many balls up in the
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air that we don't have time to really
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pay attention to where we're going
34:19
because there are as they've said just
34:22
to guarantees in life with death and
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taxes and as they've also said at least
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death doesn't get worse every time
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Congress meets yeah right yeah that's
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that's for sure that if you just join it
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I'm your host branded Brian's were on
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the phones here with Gerry Slutsky he's
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an estate planning attorney here in
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Tampa Bay's got offices in Safety Harbor
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as well as lutes Orlando Lakes there I
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believe Gerry yep I'm Orlando lakes yeah
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Tuesdays and Thursdays and in Safety
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Harbor all the rest of the days so you
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offer a free review as well so let's go
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ahead and extend that offer to our
34:53
listeners he will take a review of your
34:55
estate plan and just make sure
34:56
everything's lining up maybe give some
34:58
suggestions and talk to you about maybe
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things that you haven't can
35:01
so if you're thinking about that or
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anything that you've heard so far on the
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yeah
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parting words of advice - anything else
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you want to leave our listeners with
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Jerry well make a list of everything
35:29
that somebody needs to know I've been
35:32
telling you that I have a book that I've
35:33
been writing for several years it's
35:36
almost done I anticipate finishing it
35:37
this month but with all the information
35:40
that's in your head if all of a sudden
35:42
you cannot communicate that information
35:44
to somebody you have perhaps you've had
35:46
a stroke or god forbid died somebody
35:49
needs to know not only where your assets
35:51
are but the liabilities who are your
35:53
letter are you is your landlord where
35:56
you make your mortgage payments who are
35:58
your doctors what medications are you
36:00
want if you have payments automatically
36:02
going out of your checking account
36:03
somebody needs to know about that and
36:05
how to get in there to turn them off
36:07
yeah the list is endless that that's one
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of the pieces that I include in my in my
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estate planning packages for my clients
36:14
about 25 pages of questions like that
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the book will have two hundred and fifty
36:18
pages of questions like that wow yeah
36:21
usernames and passwords there's so many
36:23
things you know so many things to
36:24
consider these days and Jerry Slutsky
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estate planning attorney here in Tampa
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Bay longtime friend of the program as
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well Jerry thanks for calling in we
36:32
appreciate the updates and
36:34
congratulations again on that grandchild
36:36
thank you so much Brandon all the best
36:38
to you hey my pleasure to happen as well
36:40
have a great day you too
36:41
all right Jerry Slutsky estate planning
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attorney on the quarterback show here
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36:54
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deeper make you more street smart here
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on the consumer quarterback show so
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Chelsea personal injury trial attorney
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not of course not a state planning
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attorney but what's what some of your
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nuggets take away from what Gary is
37:25
mentioning well I agree with Gerry 100%
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and I can say he's a great guy he
37:29
happens to be my neighbor I didn't know
37:30
he was going to be on the show today so
37:31
that was really exciting he his office
37:33
is just a few steps down from line and
37:35
Safety Harbor and I think Jerry's right
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and I think the theme there is planning
37:39
for the unexpected right when it comes
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to estate planning make sure you have it
37:43
doesn't sound very warm and fuzzy but I
37:44
have a death file it's a little you know
37:46
icon on my desktop where anybody can
37:49
open it up and see you know all of the
37:50
things that he mentioned so planning for
37:52
the inevitable but also planning for the
37:54
unexpected and that ties into my
37:56
practice which is making sure that you
37:58
have the right insurance in place like
37:59
that uninsured motorist so tell you
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listeners pull out your deck pages right
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now if you don't have uninsured motorist
38:04
on your car you need to get it and I'm
38:06
happy to give a free review if they want
38:07
to send it over to me and I'll let them
38:09
know if they have um because that is
38:10
imperative yeah that's that's an
38:12
important part of what we see and yeah
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with this show we've been on air for
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over four years now and we see hundred
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thousand dollar mistakes 150,000 dollar
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mistakes that could have been avoided
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just by being proactive just by taking
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the advice that we talked about here on
38:26
the show and different ways that you
38:28
want to engage us so we'd love to hear
38:30
from you got a free review offer as well
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MJ top ten detective movies of all times
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according to the cinema hall it comm Cal
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coil in the break like I said I I'm I'm
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53 so I've seen quite a few music I'm
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not telling you how old I am but there's
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uh I mean some of the most inspirational
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detective characters I would assume
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would be possibly Sherlock Holmes
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Sherlock Holmes movie yeah yeah you'd
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think sir like Holmes that's that's
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comes to the top of mine right there
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Sherlock Holmes I don't which is now a
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contemporary series played by Robert
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Downey jr. yeah yeah that's a great show
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yeah yeah yeah yes those are great show
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but if we're going to go out go way back
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I would I mean ultimately I would have
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to say would start with Humphrey Bogart
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possibly
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yeah Humphrey Bogart Bogart Maltese
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Falcon yeah that's the name of the movie
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multi stuff yeah thirties I mean this
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one is not it's not on there so Wow take
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over me it's not my left the cinema
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holic doctor but okay okay so let's go
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ahead let's just start with number ten
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so is a movie just a couple years back
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prisoners Hugh Jackman Jake Gyllenhaal
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yeah and Viola Davis so yeah prisoner
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yeah I didn't see that one No
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all right number nine pretty popular as
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well back in oh nine The Girl with the
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Dragon Tattoo did you guys see that one
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yeah yeah and yeah I know I don't know
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max cherry got the character's name was
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max cherry and Jackie Brown he was a
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bail bondsman investigator detective in
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that movie I think I remember that was a
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great movie yes it's got number eight
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Chinatown back in 1974 night Jack
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Nicholas yeah Jack Nicholson yeah guy
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Nicholson and uh number seven LA
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Confidential nope made the list Kevin
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Spacey Russell Crowe Danny DeVito
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and number six was was seven from 1995
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Brad Pitt Morgan Freeman that was a
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really weird movie kind of weird but
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about Nic Cage in eight millimeter a
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millimeter no this megastar 500 the
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gravy not Twitter name Jeremy enough in
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our day job not going to be good as
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these the guessing games right so number
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five memories of the murder in 2003
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number four is zodiac 2007
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that's another Jake gallon hauls Robert
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Allen juniel and Mark Ruffalo
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number three the French Connection
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yeah well 1971 had an accent yeah great
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uniter
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what does he do and number two vertigo
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remember that one Alfred Hitchcock was
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the director James Stewart Kim Novak and
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number one the number one top ten
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detective movies of all time Silence of
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the Lambs 91 Jodie Foster Anthony
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Hopkins Laurence
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Bonnie so a nightmare which lambs are
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being slaughtered okay we won't go in
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the Pachanga but yes he says very mean
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brandon that movie inspired me though
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when i when it came out I was very moved
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by the inspired it inspired you to
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investigate right now we are listening
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drive it as a soundcheck his basement
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for it as an investigator was going to
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go accurately yeah so that so have a
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little fun with you here on the
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quarterback show and and you know that's
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that's an interesting we love the top 10
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list we have some real good top tens
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here lately the we did the TV shows a
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couple days back and that was that was
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pretty neat too I didn't realize nut
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mash is number one of all time oh yeah
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what's the finale I guess it was the
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finale is what we did there but let's go
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ahead and in the show with our consumer
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advocate tips to our lightning round top
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tips things to do things to avoid
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nuggets of advice Chelsea you're up
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first
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well we'll just keep on saying what I've
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been talking about today which is
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document document document take those
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photos of your injuries of the scene get
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those witnesses in order use their
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phones to make those calls document the
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scene because you never know where these
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witnesses are going to go off to that
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are on the police report and when the
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other side who might have been
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apologizing at the accident scene is
47:52
suddenly going to start saying you
47:53
caused the accident oh yeah they're
47:55
gonna they're going to flip into a
47:56
completely different person and next
47:57
time you talk to them happens all the
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time they're going to be coached up
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pretty well right to use the football
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metaphor yep yeah coach them up coach em
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up MJ Martinez I would go to say also
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have as much insurance as you can afford
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if possible however whatever the limits
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are because your vehicles paid for or
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financed try to have as much limits on
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it as possible yeah higher limits making
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sure that you that you're looking for
48:25
the uninsured motorist that was brought
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up earlier in the show as well yeah all
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right nuggets of advice parting words
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nuggets of advice Chelsea I do the same
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one every time which is tell your family
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you love them give them hugs and kisses
48:36
be really generous with your time in
48:38
your love to your family and I know I'm
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such a cheesy mom but I unfortunately
48:41
get to see moms and dads who don't get
48:43
that opportunity to say they love you to
48:46
their kids and something happens so take
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a moment today there's all the people
48:48
you love how much they mean to you yeah
48:49
that's really good not like the the
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office
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that you have there as well with your
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office tell them talk a little bit about
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that we just have a culture of
48:56
compassion it's just the right way to
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run a business for compassionate for our
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staff they get tons of PTO flex time a
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trip that I take them on once a year
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with their families when we meet our
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goals compassion for our clients you
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know I talk to them I find them up I
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call them once a month you're never
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going to have an issue of not knowing
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who your lawyer is or why won't they
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call you back when you come to me and in
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a compassion for our community and just
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getting back doing good raising money
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for good causes that's just what I think
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all businesses should be doing and
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you're one of these trial lawyers that
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actually go to trial I actually go to
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trial that is correct
49:26
you're not going to get a mill at my
49:28
office we keep it small we keep it
49:30
personal we make sure that we call you
49:32
back we answer your questions we hold
49:33
your hand and walk you through it's
49:35
really personalized source concierge
49:36
personal injury law yeah yeah that's
49:38
great and uh MJ yeah we're kind of like
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that as well our personal attention to
49:43
our clients it's not a big huge
49:46
conglomerate where you get a voicemail
49:48
and can't talk to somebody
49:50
I just spent almost two hour
49:52
consultation for free you know with my
49:55
client that was needed it's one thing
49:58
you know to get the information that you
50:00
get from an investigation that's another
50:02
thing to digest it absorb it on many
50:05
levels so sometimes you got a coach them
50:07
through a lot of things yeah here's one
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I'll add to the conversation and this
50:10
talks about calculating how to calculate
50:12
your desired hourly income I think it's
50:14
a lot a lot of you know very important
50:16
nowadays that you look at we talked
50:17
about how busy we are we talked about
50:19
sometimes putting off important things
50:20
like the estate plan with Jerry earlier
50:22
but if you break it down you want to
50:24
look at okay let's say you have a
50:25
desired goal of a hundred thousand
50:27
dollars a year you divide that by two
50:28
thousand hours in a year those your
50:30
approximate work hours and then you look
50:33
at that equaling $50 an hour so if
50:35
you're walking around through your day
50:37
if you're doing things that are less
50:38
than a fifty dollar per hour output you
50:41
might want to reconsider doing that task
50:42
you want to look at maybe utilizing
50:44
assistance virtual assistants there's a
50:46
lot of things that you can do to do that
50:49
and focus on the vital few so you want
50:51
to look at Pareto's principle and focus
50:53
on those twenty percent of tasks that
50:54
are going to tribute to 80 percent of
50:56
your success
50:57
so there's another nugget of advice
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there as well so a couple minutes left
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top nuggets of advise parting words
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check your um I can't say this enough
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how many people have asked
51:06
students you know they I think they say
51:08
25 to 40% of drivers in the state of
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Florida are driving around with no
51:12
bodily injury insurance and these people
51:14
don't have assets so to protect yourself
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and to protect your family make sure you
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get as much um as you possibly can
51:20
afford and stack it yeah that's
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important so when you stack it what does
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that term mean it basically takes the
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policy limit and multiplies it by the
51:28
number of vehicles that are on the
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policy so if you have two cars and you
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have 1020 stacked you now have 2040 and
51:34
of course that's way too low you want to
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buy as much as you possibly can yeah
51:37
that's important the roads are going to
51:39
be getting wet out there in Florida and
51:41
you look at that top layer of gasoline
51:44
turns into just enough like mess out
51:47
there's a chance yeah very dangerous
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MJ parting words of advice it's quickly
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don't hesitate investigate yeah
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investigate I like that yes absolutely
51:59
and we do like you you need to know
52:01
something chemical we didn't touch on a
52:03
whole lot but some of the other areas
52:05
are you know the most common is divorce
52:07
situations cheating spouse there's
52:10
business applications for NJ Martinez as
52:12
well if you have a fleet of vehicles out
52:14
there he can help you with that as well
52:15
there's a lot of ways that we can help
52:17
you here with a consumer quarterback
52:19
shell we can remind you all of our
52:20
expert contributors are listed on our
52:21
website consumer QB comm just click on
52:24
that expert contributors tab you can see
52:26
a drop down to see all of our pass
52:27
guests and all of our current expert
52:29
contributors on the consumer
52:31
quarterbacks show and I want to thank
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Chelsea Lemmy Personal Injury trial
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attorney I want to thank MJ Martinez as
52:36
well as attorney Jerry Slutsky you
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called in on the phone earlier today and
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we want you to please go out there and
52:41
consider committing a random act of
52:43
kindness something as simple as packing
52:45
up leftover food you may have in your
52:46
food your pantry or your fridge carrying
52:48
it with you to and from your commute to
52:50
work and handing it to that person that
52:52
you see on the side of road that's me in
52:55
need maybe even buying a extra Sam look
52:58
handing it to that person on your drive
52:59
home things like that helping out a
53:01
serviceman or woman police sheriff's
53:03
office and also continuously in here to
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our show we're going to help you win on
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the consumer quarterback show consumer
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