Why is Warrior Law P.A. Revolutionary?
Lawsuits arise from painful situations like catastrophic injuries or abrupt deaths causing intense human suffering. These cases wreak havoc on the lives of all parties involved. The harm is further compounded by a contentious legal battle that may drag on for years where parties are interrogated and manipulated causing more undue stress on the victims and their families. It’s time for this form of practice to stop. It’s time to transform the practice and resolve cases in a more peaceful and respectful way. There is no need to engage in reactive, emotional behavior that brews unnecessary wars when you can firmly hold a third party responsible in a calm, assertive manner. Resolving disputes in a more humane way does not mean allowing a wrongful party to escape liability or accepting less than the value of a case. It means maximizing results using a different, more effective method. Warrior Law P.A. is one of the first law firms in the state of Florida founded on mindful principles and dedicated to mindful practice. The firm is fully committed to cultivating a healthier legal industry and revolutionizing the way lawsuits are handled. Warrior Law P.A. accepts cases involving personal injuries or wrongful death. This includes medical malpractice cases, premises liability cases, car and truck accidents, cruise ship accidents, boating accidents, jobsite accidents, construction accidents, and products liability cases. Our firm practices differently. You will see the difference. You will feel the difference. Contact us today and become a part of this profound transformation.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is a popular term today. With all the buzz, the true meaning is overshadowed, but the meaning is simple. Mindfulness is being aware of where you are and what you’re doing right now, without thinking about the past or the future. People tend to dwell on the past—stirring over something that happened, something they said, something they should have done—or obsess over the future—their “things to do” list or things to attain, buy or become. The human mind is clogged with thoughts of the past and the future which drives one’s attention, focus and resources away from the present. Being mindful simply means focusing and appreciating what’s happening right now and shutting out all other thoughts.
Why is it Important for Attorneys to be Mindful?
It is a great power to stop the chatter of the mind when it wanders into countless thoughts over the past and the future. It takes great discipline to fully focus on the present. That’s a critical skill for a successful lawyer for three major reasons. First, a Mindful lawyer is not overwhelmed and therefore, thinks clearly and truly listens. Attorneys are busy, multi-taskers with heavy caseloads and deadlines. The demands of the job easily overwhelm a person, causing immense stress. This overload clouds judgment, mental clarity and creativity. Contrary to popular belief, the most effective counsel focus on one case and one thing at a time. They focus on the now and think only about what is happening now. This makes them better listeners and clears the mind, so the attorney can devote their full attention and resources to the current situation. When an attorney thinks clearly, creative ideas are born and strategies are carefully considered. When attorneys are less stressed, they are also more productive. Second, Mindful attorneys remain calm. Effective attorneys do not react with emotional responses or lose their tempers in heated disputes. A Mindful attorney remains calm and thus, more effectively communicates his or her position with credibility and composure. Third, a Mindful attorney is a healthier, happier person. Living and working in this state of mind allows one to feel joyful and free. They have a state of ease, lightness and inner peace. This state is magic for an effective attorney who remains in control and successfully resolves disputes. They encourage and demand a courteous, peaceful environment which makes everyone more at peace during this unfortunate process. Mindfulness takes practice. There are many proven techniques that can train a person to become more mindful. Our firm employs these techniques and works to nurture a mindful work environment with employees encouraged to work on a state of inner peace.