Announcing the Tragos, Sartes & Tragos Podcast
It’s 2018 and we’re starting a podcast!
Why? Well, we want to educate the general public so they don’t get taken advantage of by lawyers, doctors, law enforcement officers, insurance companies, or anyone else.
As Bob Dylan said “The times, they are a-changin’ ”. People don’t watch live TV, they don’t attend live seminars like they used to; talk radio is a thing of the past. What hasn’t changed is that people do want to be informed, to learn, and to make their own decisions. But they want it when they want it, on demand. So, we’re going to give it to them.
In this day and age, people are seeking more information than ever before. They want to know what the experts are saying. They wonder what a doctor thinks about this issue or what a lawyer thinks about that topic. There are social anxieties that still keep people from calling and asking a lawyer certain questions. So in response, we decided to make it easier for the general public to find these answers.
I have heard from so many people who sit on their couch and watch the news or a TV show and think “How is that legal?” “Can I sue someone for that?” “How much prison time are they going to get for that?” “Why isn’t that a crime?” etc. Well, we plan on answering all those questions and more. We plan on touching on the opioid epidemic, the #metoo movement, legalizing sports gambling and many other current events that involve the legal process. We also plan on answering commonly asked questions from our clients and others about what kind of car insurance you should have, what uninsured motorist coverage is, and what you can expect if you get involved in a lawsuit. We plan on bringing in some of our clients to give you a layperson’s point of view on the legal process.
It’s going to be a podcast that hits on serious topics, but we’re going to have fun. Self-deprecating humor goes a long way, and if a lawyer can’t laugh at himself and some of the fools that practice law, then they are in the wrong profession. Ours is a profession of ethics, yet so many lawyers practice without them. We want you to be more educated so that politicians and lobbyists don’t create your mindset in totality, but that you have a larger-picture view of the legal process in the even that you or someone you know ever becomes involved in a lawsuit or sits on a jury.
The judicial process should not be a “hide the ball” event, it should be an event that seeks a just and fair result. The more unbiased information people can absorb the better.
So subscribe, listen in, and tell us your thoughts! Have a question you think would be an interesting topic of discussion, let us know!