When Coral Gables trial attorney Michael Haggard discovered the back pain he’d been experiencing in his mid-30s was actually an incurable kidney disease, he attacked the problem the only way he knew how: like one of his personal injury cases.

Now in need of a kidney transplant, Haggard — who’s been the driving force behind many seven and eight-figure verdicts in Florida and beyond — got to work researching his condition and creating a chart of everyone he’d talked to about donating.

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