“The plaintiff’s practice can be very lonely. I think that loneliness has been a bit amplified by being inside, cooped up, and not able to communicate and build relationships like we were meant to. The pandemic has caused an amplification of those relationships gone silent.”

On this week’s podcast, Kansas City trial attorney Brian McCallister joins host Rafe Foreman to discuss the ways that the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and other events of the past year will impact the practice of law in the future. As he guides listeners through the cases that have been impacted by this new era in his own practice of trial law and those of his colleagues, Brian provides a stark illustration of the fragility of the jury trial and the importance of human connection.

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Episode Guest, Brian McCallister

Brian McCallister is the founder and President of The McCallister Law Firm, P.C. Since opening the doors in 1996, Brian has dedicated his professional life to the representation of individuals and families in cases involving catastrophic injury or death resulting from semi tractor-trailer crashes, automobile crashes, dangerous products, slip/trip and fall incidents, medical malpractice, and police misconduct.

Brian’s mission to seek out those close relationships gives him the ability to advocate his clients’ causes powerfully, persuasively, and passionately. Brian’s core beliefs are that through relationships, trust is built. Through trust, the heart is learned. And through the heart, the truth is revealed.

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