There’s no substitute for working hard. Talent alone isn’t enough. If you want to be a great trial lawyer, hard work is number one.
In this episode of Trial Lawyers University, Dan Ambrose is joined by Wesley Ball, founding partner of Kaster Lynch Farrar & Ball, LLP, a firm that is a nationwide leader in automotive and tire defect and tire-related litigation. Over a career spanning two decades, Wesley has taken dozens of cases to trial and earned multiple jury verdicts exceeding eight figures, including a recent $976 million verdict over a defective Mitsubishi seat belt. In addition to automotive product and tire defect cases, he and his firm are handling high-profile media cases against radio host Alex Jones.
Tune in as Dan and Wesley discuss why you need to “find yourself” to be a great trial lawyer, the most important moments and issues in some of Wesley’s biggest cases, and how trial lawyers can serve the greater good of society.
Train and Connect with the Titans
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- Wesley’s journey to becoming a plaintiff’s trial lawyer
- Opening up a law firm with his best friend with a “by any means necessary” mindset
- His breakthrough case as a young attorney
- Why Wesley’s firm does a focus group on 9 out of every 10 cases that they try
- Representing Sandy Hook families against Alex Jones
- Behind the “Perry Mason” moment at trial during the cross-examination of Alex Jones
- Mitsubishi defective seat belt case
- Wesley’s role in Attorneys Information Exchange Group (AIEG) and why he says it’s vital to an automotive litigation practice
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