This morning I was at the radio studios of Finger Lakes Radio Group in Geneva, New York. They wanted to interview me about my new book, “Understanding Your New York Personal Injury Claim“. Geneva’s station – WVGA – ran the interview live. It’s sister station in Auburn, NY – WAUB – will run it at a later date.
It was fun to be on the radio again. Ted Baker is an excellent interviewer. He has interviewed me several other times about my volunteer work for the Boys & Girls Club of Geneva. He made me feel right at ease and asked very on-point questions about my book. For example, he asked me:
Why did you write the book?
Are there common mistakes that people make that might hurt their personal injury claim?
Do insurance companies try to get people to settle before they can get to a lawyer?
Why do injury victims even need a lawyer?
How does the contingency fee work?
How do you pick a good personal injury lawyer?
What’s the statute of limitations in New York for a personal injury claim?
What should you do at the scene of an accident if you or a friend has been hurt?
If you’d like to know the answers to these questions, listen to the seven-minute interview below. Or better yet, read my free book!