The course was called “How to Hammer Allstate,” and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association knew it was on to something when it sold out before the advertising fliers were printed.
Other states report similar success with the same topic. In fact, the Allstate seminar has become the hot ticket for fulfilling the usually unexciting obligation to engage in continuing legal education (CLE). The class has been drawing record crowds across the country–and the reason is Allstate.
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