Today’s post comes to us from our colleague Roger Moore of Rehm, Bennett & Moore in Nebraska.
In its most basic form, trust is defined as “reliance on the integrity, strength, and ability of a person”.
Trust can also be defined as “a person on whom one relies”.
I was reminded of this earlier this week when a client for whom I had settled a case dropped by our office. This client had been a truck driver and lived out of state. While we were working on his case we never had the opportunity to meet in person, yet he came to trust me to look out for his best interests and advise him along the course of his workers’ compensation injury. He came by to thank me for the work I had done for him which had been completed over a year and a half ago.
As I spoke with him I began to understand how stressful it must be to trust someone who lives halfway across the country and with whom you may never meet in person. This is a unique aspect of trucking cases we handle which isn’t found in other types of work-related injuries.
Due to his injury he was unable to return to trucking. However, were been able to negotiate a settlement which allowed him to live his life Continue reading
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