eBooks

I’m proud to say that I’ve been involved in ghostwriting two short eBooks on personal injury law. Personal Injury Law: A Reference for Accident Victims is a collaborative effort by leading personal injury law firms from around the U.S., coordinated by Speaker Media and Marketing. Aimed at personal injury victims who are considering a lawsuit, it’s intended to help them understand the process and their own roles as plaintiffs. A separate, state-specific edition will be produced for each firm. In my role as a ghostwriter and editor, I wrote new content for some parts, polished other parts and helped get the project ready for printing.

One of the firms involved, North Carolina’s Daggett Shuler, was kind enough to give me permission to post a downloadable e-book copy of their edition here. This 90-page PDF of North Carolina Injury Law: A Reference for Accident Victims has all of the same information as the printed version.

I also wrote a short ebook on semi truck accidents for the Law Offices of P. Charles Scholle, based in Metro Atlanta. For this, I was a primary writer (though the client added some text) and made basic layout choices. It is intended as a guidebook for victims of tractor-trailer accidents in Georgia, whether or not they are considering a lawsuit. You can view the final ebook here.

I actively enjoyed being part of book-length projects and would love to take on more, as a primary writer, ghostwriter (uncredited author) or contributing author.

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