News & opinion Episode #3: Pre-Litigation Law is Legit!

Episode #3: Pre-Litigation Law is Legit!

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shley

od

iguez : 0:35 Hey, eve

yone,

elcome to b

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king do

n the l

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nd this is

shley

nd tod

y

e h

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speci

l guest

ith us. Bntley S

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shley

od

iguez : 0:46

Hi, B

ntley, th

nk you fo

joining us. You’

e

p

e litig

tion

tto

ney.

B

ntley S

sseen : 0:51

e often

efe

to

tto

neys in te

ms of the duties th

t they h

ndle

nd the t

uth is th

t the

e's you don't necessily h

ve p

e litig

tion

tto

neys

nd litig

tion

tto

neys

e

lly

ll

tto

neys e equipped to h

ndle

ll of those

spects. So the distinction is mo

e so in te

ms of ho

e comp

tment

lize things

nd the dep

tments th

t

e inte

n

lly h

ve.

nd he

e

t the fi

m,

e h

ve t

o senio

executive

tto

neys,

nd

e've so

t of divided

nd conque

ed those

esponsibilities.

nd I p

imily h

ndle eve

ything th

t f

lls into the p

e litig

tion side of things.

shley

od

iguez : 1:24

nd so

nd it’s pe

son

l inju

y,

ight?

B

ntley S

sseen : 1:26 Coect.

ll pe

son

l inju

y.

shley

od

iguez : 1:28

Is the

e

specific

e

son you chose pe

son

l inju

y? O

did you just f

ll into th

t?

B

ntley S

sseen : 1:32 Little bit of both. I h

ppen to g

du

te l school

t

time

hen the economy

s not g

e

t. It

s 2009.

nd jobs

e

e scce. They

e

e hd to come by.

nd

t the end of the d

y, you h

ve to m

ke ends meet someho

.

nd so you kind of t

ke

h

teve

comes you

y.

nd the fi

st job essenti

lly, th

t I s

ble to find

s

ith

e

lly

gene

l p

ctice fi

m, but they

e

e lgely focused in Pe

son

l inju

y

nd oddly enough on the defense side

t the time, so he

e obviously

e

e do

ll pl

intiffs

o

k,

ep

esenting the people

ho

e inju

ed in those situ

tions. But I st

ted off on the othe

side,

ctu

lly on the defense side.

nd f

om the

e

s just

ble to develop some skills

nd some expe

ience in th

t p

ticul

indust

y

nd continue

ith the genel pctice thing fo

hile,

fte

eventu

lly coming do

n he

e to Houston,

nd then ended up

ith Ste

t

nd the

est is histo

y.

shley

od

iguez : 2:29

So

ould you s

y th

t doing th

t defense side fi

st gives you mo

e of

unique expe

ience to kno

e

lly kind of ho

to help the pl

intiffs bec

use you’ve been on both sides?

B

ntley S

sseen : 2:40 I definitely think so. One of the things th

t

e see p

etty commonly these d

ys is th

t even though you m

y h

ve

n opposing

tto

ney on the othe

side, on the defense side,

e

lly the enti

e indust

y h

s come to

he

e diffe

ent side is beholden to the insu

nce comp

ny. So even though you h

ve

pe

son

ith

f

ce

nd

n

me on the othe

side

ho’s the

ctu

l defend

nt

ho c

used the eck?

e

lly, it's the insunce comp

ny c

lling the shots

nd m

king the decisions.

nd the

e e

lot of behind the scene

equi

ements th

t they h

ve of the defense fi

ms th

t

o

k

ith those insunce comp

nies

s

ell.

nd h

ving some insight into ho

th

t p

ocess

o

ks

nd

h

t the communic

tions m

y even be like, behind the scenes bet

een defense counsel

nd insu

nce comp

nies, ce

t

inly, I think

ffo

ds

unique pe

spective to hoe choose to

pp

o

ch things on the pl

intiff's pe

son

l inju

y side

s

ell.

shley

od

iguez : 3:33 So since you

o

k in the p

e litig

tion side of things,

h

t do you think e like the benefits of th

t side of the l

befo

e you get to litig

tion?

B

ntley S

sseen : 3:43 Ye

h, so the p

ob

bly the most obvious benefit is the speed

ith

hich you c

n potenti

lly

esolve

c

se

nd

cl

im.

nyone

ho h

s eve

expe

ienced litig

tion befo

e

nd it’s no sec

et th

t th

t p

ocess t

kes

long time. Th

t's due Due to the f

ct th

t the

e

e ce

t

in de

dlines th

t

e simply set by the cou

t

nd o

the st

tutes th

t

e h

ve he

e in Tex

s,

nd the

e's no negoti

ting th

t the

e’s no ch

nging th

t it’s just set

nd you'

e just stuck

ith it.

nd it’s ve

y common th

t even on

h

t seems to be

n obvious c

se, th

t should be settled on e

sy c

se, so to spe

k

ith might c

ll it in litig

tion, the

e’s

lot of you still kind of h

ve to go th

ough the motions, you still h

ve to complete ce

t

in p

ts of the p

ocess.

nd even on the quick side of things

nd litig

tion, speci

lly he

e in H

is County

ight no

ith the size of the dockets th

t ou

civil cou

ts h

ve, th

t c

n be nine months in to the p

ocess just to get to the ely

esolution. If you’

e looking

t you kno

, going

ll the

y to t

i

l, fo

ex

mple, c

n e

sily be 1824 months befo

e you you hit th

t t

i

l d

te,

nd sometimes even then th

t t

i

l d

te th

t you'

e expecting to go, you sho

up o

you’

e p

ep

ed. fo

it,

nd it gets

eset, bec

use the cou

t just doesn't

e

ch the c

se. So th

t's the most obvious

e

son to t

y to

esolve c

ses in

p

e litig

tion p

ocess is th

t I kind of h

ve it

lot soone

. Inte

esting.

h

t I

lso tell people is th

t le

ves things in you

h

nds

nd you e the one essenti

lly in cont

ol,

t le

st to

ce

t

in extent of th

t settlement.

t the end of the d

y. If you'

e t

lking

bout going to cou

t,

nd then especi

lly going to t

i

l point in time th

t you h

ve

judge o

ju

y deciding th

t c

se, you've lost

ll cont

ol, you e going to be stuck

ith

h

teve

th

t decision is. So sometimes it c

n ce

t

inly even be f

ust

ting, you kno

, the insunce comp

ny m

y not nt to p

y

s much

s you think the c

se is

o

th o

you m

y h

ve

ton of medic

l bills

nd it m

y be tough

ithin the insunce limits th

t

e

v

il

ble to get

ll of th

t cove

ed

nd still get

ce

t

in

mount of money in you

pocket th

t you think is f

i

. But

t the end of the d

y,

t le

st you still h

ve cont

ol of th

t

t le

st you c

n h

ve some gu

ntee of I'm going to be

ble to

eceive I'm going to be

ble to

esolve this

nd I’m not gonn

end up in

position

he

e I’m just stuck

ith eve

ything bec

use some othe

c

n be

g

me people o

pe

son h

ve m

de th

t decision th

t th

t’s so th

t's the the biggest benefit of it, I believe.

shley

od

iguez : 6:14

C

n you kind of desc

ibe the p

ocess of p

e litig

tion like ho

does it st

t?

he

e do

e

he

e

ould someone st

t? If they

e

e, I could s

y in

c

ccident,

nd then they c

me to us

nd hi

ed us, then ho

does it go?

B

ntley S

sseen : 6:26 Ye

h,

bsolutely. So

s soon

s someone is signed up

ith us, the

e's

fe

things th

t h

ve to h

ppen. Initi

lly, obviously,

e’ve got to get

cl

im set up

ith

ny

pplic

ble insu

nces th

t e in pl

ce,

nd sometimes

s

p

ecu

so

, th

t it's

n investig

tion to find out

h

t insunce coveges if

ny,

e

v

il

ble. Obviously, the

e’s

lso going to be

n investig

tion into the li

bility

spect of the c

se. Unfo

tun

tely, th

t is not

l

ys necess

ily cle

.

t le

st

t fi

st gl

nce, sometimes

police

epo

t st

tes some f

cts o

st

tes th

t

eck h

ppened

ce

t

in

y o

even m

ybe

ssigns some f

ult to one p

ty o

the othe

.

nd

n investig

tion m

y

eve

l th

t th

t’s not enti

ely

ccu

te. Sometimes the insu

nce comp

nies nt to be difficult, they don't nt to

ccept li

bility, even in

h

t seems to be

p

etty cle c

se. So some

ddition

l

o

k is sometimes

equi

ed to cont

ct some

ddition

l

itnesses

nd b

sic

lly piece togethell of the evidence o

info

m

tion th

t

e h

ve

v

il

ble to t

y to p

esent the c

se o

the cl

im in the best m

nne

possible,

shley

od

iguez : 7:37

bec

use you h

ve th

t they'

e li

ble in o

de

to h

ve

c

se.

B

ntley S

sseen : 7:39 Ultim

tely, you do h

ve to p

ove th

t so

nd

hen

e t

lk

bout p

oof,

e’

e

e

lly t

lking mo

e so

bout

hen

e go to cou

t p

oving

ce

t

in thing. In

sense, you

e p

oving it to the insunce comp

ny, but

e

lly

t the end of the d

y, on the p

e litig

tion side, it’s mo

e

bout t

ying to p

esent it in such

m

nne

th

t you get the insu

nce comp

ny to

ccept

esponsibility,

t le

st To the extent th

t they’ll do so. So those

e so

t of the fi

st things th

t h

ppen, get the cl

im set up, get

ll of the evidence th

t

e c

n possibly get g

the

ed in the initi

l time f

me.

nd then othe

th

n th

t,

e ce

t

inly help ou

clients t

y to

eceive the best medic

l ce th

t they possibly c

n to stt

ecove

ing f

om the inju

y. So

e

lly, you h

ve those t

o things, it's the insunce

nd the cl

im side of it. But then it's

lso the the t

e

tment side of it

nd

ecove

y f

om you

inju

y. So

e do

lot of coo

din

tion, t

ying to m

ke su

e th

t especi

lly fo

folks

ho don't h

ve he

lth insunce, fo

ex

mple, th

t

e help them find

y to f

cilit

te still getting the medic

l t

e

tment th

t they need.

nd th

t’s not

n e

sy thing to n

vig

te, especi

lly fo

someone

ho's neve

been th

ough the p

ocess befo

e.

nd th

t's

big p

t of the se

vice th

t

e'

e

ble to offe

. F

om the

e,

ssuming th

t you kind of get p

st those initi

l ph

ses. I

ould s

y the bulk of the time

fte

th

t it consists of

lmost iting th

t’s so f

ustting. You neve

kno

ex

ctly

h

t medic

l t

e

tment you'

e going to

equi

e, you m

y not even necessily knoll of the inju

ies th

t you h

ve. So you’

e going to get in

ith

docto

, you’

e going to get

t

e

tment pl

n, you'

e going to see if you st

t

esponding to some of th

t c

e. If not, they’

e p

ob

bly going to h

ve to do some di

gnostic testing,

e’

e gonn

h

ve to t

ke

look

t

h

t those di

gnostic

esults

e,

nd if they h

ve

ddition

l

ecommend

tions f

om the

e. So th

t c

n be

ny

he

e f

om

couple of months to m

ny months, o

even ove ye, sometimes depending upon the extent of inju

ies

nd the

mount of t

e

tment th

t the docto

believes is

nted. But once you

e

ch the end of th

t medic

l t

e

tment p

ocess,

nd you e so

t of

t the limit of eitheh

t the docto

c

n do fo

you o

you h

ve

ecove

ed to the extent th

t you c

n f

om those inju

ies, then

e h

ve

couple of diffe

ent p

ocesses f

om the

e. The fi

st one involves collecting

ll of you

eco

ds

nd bills, you

medic

l

eco

ds

nd bills so th

t

e c

n put togethe

complete dem

nd p

ck

ge, get

complete pictu

e of eve

ything cove

ed

nd get th

t ove

to the insu

nce comp

ny, depending upon ho

m

ny met

ls p

ovide

s

nd

evolve ho

extensive the t

e

tment s. Th

t c

n h

ppen

ny

he

e

s quick

s you kno

, th

ee o

fou

eeks getting

ll of th

t into sometimes it c

n t

ke

s much

s you kno

, eight to 12

eeks if

e've got hole lot of p

ovide

s involved,

nd especi

lly if you've got some hospit

ls

nd

h

tnot c

n sometimes t

ke

bit on the longe

side to

ctu

lly get those

eco

ds

nd bills.

shley

od

iguez : 10:19 Yes, you'

e

iting fo

them.

nd you h

ve no cont

ol

B

ntley S

sseen : 10:21

e’

e so

t of

t thei

me

cy

t th

t point in time,

e ce

t

inly do eve

ything

e c

n to t

y to expedite th

t bec

use

e h

te

iting

nd iting

nd

iting. But sometimes it t

kes

little bit on the longe

end. But once

e get

ll of th

t in ou

dem

nd dep

tment,

hich

g

in is unde

my pu

vie

,

s pt of the p

e litig

tion side of things, they p

ep

e

complete dem

nd p

ck

ge to be sent to the insu

nce comp

ny o

comp

nies th

t m

y be involved. Then

e

ssign one of oussoci

te

tto

neys to

evie

th

t dem

nd p

ck

ge, beef it up, t

e

k it m

ke

ny ch

nges th

t they believe

e

nted

nd once they sign off on it, essenti

lly

nd s

y it's good to go. Then

e h

ve th

t sent out to The insu

nce comp

ny o

comp

nies th

t

e involved f

om the

e, it c

n t

ke no

m

lly

eek o

t

o fo

the insunce comp

ny to

ctu

lly

eceive the dem

nd.

nd then foctu

lly to get into the h

nds o

on the desk of the

djuste

th

t's going to be h

ndling the cl

im. Th

t’s one thing th

t I think

lot of folks

ould not necessily expect. You think

e’

e m

iling this dem

nd to th

t

djuste

. They’

e going to get it

s soon

s the m

il is delive

ed. It's not

ctu

lly the y it h

ppens. Most of the time, most of the insu

nce comp

nies h

ve p

ocessing deptments th

t m

y not even be in the s

me st

te

nd building

s the

ctu

l

djuste

ho’s

ssigned to you

cl

im. So th

t p

ocessing deptment h

s to

eceive the dem

nd, unp

ck it, sc

n it in,

nd then eventu

lly it m

kes its y ove

to the

djuste

so

shley

od

iguez : 11:45

nd

e hope he's not on v

c

tion, Bntley S

sseen : 11:46

e hope so sometimes they e sometimes they e but

e ce

t

inly hope not. But once the

djuste

gets it f

om the

e,

e'

e usu

lly c

lling

bout the s

me time th

t it's going to be in thei

h

nds m

ybe

little bit

fte

ds to numbe

one Confi

m th

t they've

eceived it.

nd numbe

t

o, m

ke su

e th

t they’

e stting th

t ev

lu

tion

t one thing th

t

e ce

t

inly kno

is th

t the sque

ky

heel gets the g

e

se.

nd if you’

e not c

lling, if you’

e not even peste

ing them

little bit to be quite honest

bout it, then you’

e going some

he

e to the bottom of the pile,

nd you’

e p

ob

bly not going to he f

om them fo

some time. So

bout t

o

eeks in

ftee've m

iled out th

t dem

nd,

e stt c

lling the

djuste

to s

y, H

ve you got it? Do you h

ve esponse fo

us yet? The t

uth is f

om the time th

t the

djuste

gets th

t dem

nd in thei

h

nds, it typic

lly t

kes

bout 30 d

ys fo

them to complete

n ev

lu

tion,

nd then p

ovide us

ith

esponse to ou

dem

nd p

ck

ge.

nd suffice it to s

y if the

esponse is f

i

,

nd en

bles us to h

ve

e

son

ble conve

s

tion

bout potenti

lly getting th

t c

se settled,

nd

e’ll c

unch some numbe

s on ou

side,

e

ill communic

te

ith ou

client, obviously,

bout

ny offe

s th

t come in, but ce

t

inly if

e h

ve

o

k

ble offe

bout

h

t those numbe

s look like

nd then

ssuming

e’

e

ll

ble to be on the s

me p

ge. The

e’s still some b

ck

nd fo

th negoti

tion th

t typic

lly h

ppens

ith the insu

nce comp

ny

ith the

djustet th

t point. But eventu

lly

e

ill

ive

t

fin

l numbe

, so to spe

k.

nd then

e

ill

sk them to send ove

the fin

l p

pe

o

k

nd

o

k to get th

t fin

lized.

nd I

on’t t

lk too much

bout the post settlement p

ocess bec

use th

t's

ctu

lly it's unde

my pu

vie

, but it

pplies equ

lly to p

e litig

tion

nd litig

tion. It’s kind of

fte

the settlement h

ppens but th

t’s it in

nutshell. So th

t’s th

t's kind of the enti

e p

e litig

tion p

ocess. I could t

lk fo

hou

s

giving the inneo

kings of

ll of th

t, but I think those

e the highlights fo

the most pt.

shley

od

iguez : 13:37

Yes, definitely

long p

ocess feel like

e get it done

s f

st

s

e c

n.

nd I think th

t’s kind of due to

e kind of h

ve

big deptment. So I me

n, you h

ve sevel people th

t

o

k fo

you to do this p

ocess.

B

ntley S

sseen : 13:50

bsolutely.

nd fo

M

. Guss, h

ving done this fo

20 plus yes. I've been doing it fobout

dec

de myself

t this point. The

e e

lot of things

hen you fi

st St

t off th

t you just don't kno

, you don’t kno

to

nticip

te th

t it m

y t

ke

little bit longe

fo

th

t

djuste

to get the dem

nd in thei

h

nds. You don't kno

th

t this hospit

l is noto

iously difficult, you kno

,

nd then t

kes, on

vege t

o months to

ctu

lly p

ovide you those

eco

ds

nd bills. So definitely

hen you come he

e,

hen you'

e you’

e h

ving us

o

k on you

c

se, you get the benefit of th

t expe

ience.

e knohich ones e going to t

ke

bit longend

e c

n

nticip

te th

t

nd in stt ce

t

in pts of the p

ocess pe

h

ps soone

th

n someone

ho

ould not be

nticip

ting those things

ould.

shley

od

iguez : 14:34

ll

ight B

ntley. So is the

e

nything else you think th

t

e

e

lly need to kno

bout p

e litig

tion,

B

ntley S

sseen : 14:39 not specific

lly

bout p

e litig

tion? I think

question th

t I often get is

hy pe

son

l inju

y

nd I think you hinted

t th

t

little bit elie

. I think th

t oftentimes pe

son

l inju

y, especi

lly pl

intiff’s

tto

neys, de

ling

ith pe

son

l inju

y, get

bit of

b

d

p,

ight.

e’

e the

mbul

nce ch

se

s. Th

t’s

h

t eve

ybody kno

s. Th

t's

h

t eve

ybody thinks th

t

e’

e only out fo

the money. The t

uth of the m

tte

is th

t pe

son

l inju

y is funnily enough ve

y pe

son

l to me.

hen I s

junio

in high school b

ck in the 90s, my g

ndf

the

s

ctu

lly killed by

d

ive

ho

s unde

the influence.

nd I c

n just

emembe

the, honestly, the to

ment th

t th

t inflicted upon upon ou

f

mily

t the time, it's, you kno

, so unexpected, the shock of it,

nd then, you kno

, h

ving to f

ce the

e

lity

fte

the f

ct.

nd so I h

ve pe

son

lly lived th

t I’ve seen

h

t th

t expe

ience is like,

nd I kno

th

t n

vig

ting th

t

nd t

ying to think

bout, honestly de

ling

ith

n insu

nce comp

ny

nd de

ling

ith cl

ims

nd th

t side of things is the l

st thing th

t you

e

lly nt to think

bout. You ce

t

inly

nt justice you ce

t

inly

nt fo

the pe

son

ho's c

used th

t situ

tion to be

esponsible, he'd be held

esponsible. But the the int

ic

cies of it

nd n

vig

ting some of the mo

e

dministtive side is just,

g

in, it's the l

st thing

e

lly th

t's going to be on you

mind.

nd

hile I h

te th

t p

t of ou

job th

t

e e often meeting

nd de

ling

ith people in sometimes the

o

st situ

tions th

t

e eve

going to h

ve in thei

life, I'm h

ppy th

t

e c

n help

llevi

te some of th

t bu

den th

t they othe

ise might h

ve.

nd then so in th

t sense, it it's

ve

y pe

son

l thing to me.

nd I’m h

ppy

hen

e'

e

ble to m

ke th

t pt of the p

ocess o

m

ke th

t pt of someone's life

t le

st

little bit e

sie

.

shley

od

iguez : 16:39 Ye

h.

nd I think th

t it helps th

t you c

n h

ve th

t pe

son

l connection

ith them bec

use you unde

st

nd

h

t they’

e feeling t

uly bec

use you've been the

e.

B

ntley S

sseen : 16:46 Ce

t

inly.

shley

od

iguez : 16:47

ll

ight.

ell, th

nk you fo

joining us tod

y.

B

ntley S

sseen : 16:51

bsolutely. enjoyed it.

shley

od

iguez : 16:53

nd st

y tuned fo

ou

next episode

bout the litig

tion p

ocess.

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