Jonathan Rosenfeld

A Little About Jonathan Rosenfeld:

A Little About Jonathan Rosenfeld:

I’m an Illinois lawyer with a nationwide practice who represents members of our society who have been seriously injured or killed due to the irresponsible acts of an individual or company. The injured have the same rights as everyone else — to be treated with compassion and respect — but their vulnerability means they need special protection and representation against those who injure, neglect or abuse them. This is my life’s work

Quick-Show Notes:

In this episode of The Millionaire’s Lawyer, JP and Jonathan Rosenfeld discuss:

Before COVID-19 hit, Jonathan had his workplace hybrid already and there was an increase in productivity with that layout

Clients even now expect meetings to be held virtually

Jonathan mentions that there are numerous communication channels now: text, emails, various applications, Zoom, Teams, Meet, and so many more! 

People like quick replies and turnarounds now more than ever

Jonathan choose to specialize in Personal Injury Law as it is what spoke to him and was concrete to him.

First have to find and prove the negligence, that’s where the story of the injury comes from

Very few cases actually go through the Court system

Do not be hard on yourself – even the most successful people make it look effortless but are truthfully grinding it out even harder.

Jonathan thinks that over time nothing stays the same, that’s the one thing that he thinks that people can agree on is that everything changes all the time and it’s just gonna get faster and faster, and it’s not necessarily something you need to be scared of – it’s just something you have to accept. 

Key Takeaways

From this episode of The Millionaires Lawyer with Geoff Saab:

  • The market is a rollercoaster recently
  • We are at the tail end of the Bull Market
  • It is really important to diversify your portfolio
  • The crypto sphere is all over the place

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Phone: 1-833-890-8878

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