In this week's episode, Jonathan interviews employment law attorney Jessica Miller. Jessica gives her thoughts on whether an employer could be responsible if they ask you to return to work and you get COVID-19. Jessica also talks about an employers responsibility to ensure a safe work environment, even if that environment is your house.
In this week's episode, Jonathan talks about a recent arbitration that was done entirely virtually. Jonathan loved the experience and is hopeful that it is a sign of changes that may be on the horizon for the legal profession.
Jonathan interview the newest attorney at N&A...however, she isn't the newest employee. Carissa started with the firm back in 2015 as a Law Clerk. She was promoted to Case Manager in 2017 and then most recently took the Arizona Bar Exam to become a practicing attorney with N&A. To say Carissa is resilient is an understatement. Listen as Carissa explains her journey from the East Coast out to the West Coast and then back again to the East Coast.
Jonathan interviews Admin CJ Johnson to talk about the horrific crash that she was in back in 2011. Both of CJ's legs were destroyed and she wasn't sure if she was ever going to walk again, let alone compete in fitness competitions. CJ explains how fortunate she was to have a legal team by her side to make sure that she was taken care of.
This week, Jonathan talk about how to find balance in your life and take care of your own well-being. Although not a trained professional in mental health, Jonathan works in a profession riddled with depression, anxiety and substance abuse. Listen to Jonathan's advice on the little things that you can do to create more peace and happiness in your own life.
Jonathan goes to a local coffee shop to interview Certified Workers' Compensation Specialist Matt Fendon. Matt runs the Matt Fendon Law Group and has been around workers' compensation law for almost three decades. This interview is not only educational, but it's also incredible entertaining.
Jonathan shares 5 tips on how to make your firm completely remote. From hiring the right people to focusing on the client experience, a virtual environment can be more productive, less costly and more enjoyable for the client.
In this week's episode, Jonathan is joined by Patrick J. McGroder III (Pat Sr.) and Patrick J. McGroder IV (Pat Jr.) to talk about plaintiff's injury work, how valuing a case is not as hard as you might think and what book every PI attorney should read. This hour long special is a truly an incredible listen for all aspiring trial attorneys.
Do you have to go back into the office if your employer says no more working from home? The short answer is "yes." Listen to hear Jonathan and Kaivan discuss things that you might be able to do to persuade your employer to let you keep working from home.
A bar in Tempe, Arizona re-opens to a flurry of patrons. Many people in the community weren't happy. But, it begs the question, how do you balance re-opening in a post-COVID-19 era? Listen to hear Kaivan's thoughts.
Back and Jonathan run the final race of the World Marathon Challenge. Spoiler Alert: they both completed the World Marathon Challenge. However, what they will take away from the experience might surprise you.
Listen to Jonathan and co-host Kaivan Mangouri talk about Walmart being sued by the family of a worked supposedly killed by the coronavirus, how a church pastor held church services despite a no public gathering mandate and how kombucha has alcohol in it, even though the label may say differently. All of that and more in this week's episode.
Listen to Jonathan and co-host Kaivan Mangouri talk about how the Coronavirus has impacted NFL contracts, caused jails across the country to release inmates, and a gym that is still charging their members, despite being closed. All of that and more in this week's episode.
Have you ever wondered if mailing yourself a letter counts as a copyright? More commonly known as a "poor man's copyright," listen to Jonathan and his guest co-host Matt Fuchs talk it on this week's podcast.
Welcome to the new and improved Legal Beagle podcast. We have stepped up our podcast game to deliver a better product to our listeners. We have identified specific categories of content that we will talk about each week, and we have lifted the time limit that we have previously imposed to allow for a more in depth discussion on some of the topics covered. We hope that you enjoy this podcast and we remind you not to take it too seriously, because we certainly don't.
Jonathan welcomes you to 2020 and talks about why he is going to attempt to run around the world starting February 1st. 7 marathons in 7 days on all 7 continents. Go to heathersmission,org to learn more.
This week Jonathan talks about Tesla's new "Smart Summon" technology. If you haven't seen it, you need to go watch a few videos online. In the meantime, enjoy Jonathan's perspective on this developing story.
This week Jonathan talks about a latin term: respondeat superior. Respondeat Superior is the legal doctrine that holds employers responsible for the acts of their employees under the theory of vicarious liability. However, the analysis can become complicated. Listen to learn more.
This week Jonathan discusses a few new laws that went into effect in AZ. Some of those laws are about the rights and duties of those who ride electric scooters. The problem is that these new duties conflict with the way these scooters were designed to be ridden. Listen as Jonathan help familiarize you with these new laws.
This week Jonathan chats with Matt Fuchs (non-attorney) about valuing losses. Listen as Matt struggles to place a value on the tough questions that Jonathan asks. These are the sorts of questions we have to answer every day for our clients.
Jonathan interviews Francis Ma aka The Bang aka Bruce McFancy aka Eddie Shoebang. The Bang is credited with being the reason Jonathan started this podcast. PLEASE NOTE: There are some audio blackouts during this podcast. I couldn't figure out how to edit them out. Enjoy!
Jonathan interviews former client Laurie W. about her accidents and having an attorney help resolve her claims. The best quote from the interview comes at the end when Laurie says "they (people) think that because they have insurance they will be taken care of."
One of our attorneys, Kaivan Mangouri, says that our job isn't just to negotiate with insurance companies, our job is also to negotiate reductions at the resolution of your case. Listen to this week's episode to better understand what we mean by "reductions."
Jonathan Negretti talks about why they have adopted the mantra "make it simple for our clients." Through the use of technology and good old fashion teamwork, Jonathan thinks the process can be simplified to benefit those that are injured.
Listen to Kristen Booker from Stridewell Medical Clinic discuss the importance of a proper medical evaluation and the best course of treatment to pursue after an accident. (pardon the background noise, we do these live without editing and sometimes a helicopter flies overhead).
Jonathan interviews a Matt Fuchs (a millennial) to find out if participation trophies are the catalyst to the millennial way of life. WARNING: the start of this podcast was unplanned, but very millennial of us.
Firm manager Aaray Herman just went to NY to meet up with Google and learn about new technologies that are coming our way. Listen to Aaray talk about the new interactive assistant that Google is working on.
Legal Beagle interviews Donn Coolidge of Coolidge Injury Law. Donn tells you a bit about how he got his start and why you should always hire an attorney. Actually, not always. Listen to find out more. http://www.coolidgeinjurylaw.com