“When we tell good stories, the listeners engage.”

This week, host Rafe Foreman meets with accomplished civil trial lawyer Scott Glovsky to explore his methods of successfully conveying the emotion behind his clients’ stories to the jury. A passionate advocate for individuals who’ve faced unjust denials by their health insurance companies, Scott delves into the intersection between the struggles of his clients and the motivations of their insurers.

As the episode comes to a close, Rafe and Scott encourage listeners to think about the underlying emotional connection that their story is conveying. Is it adequate? Is it complete? Is it thorough? These are all essential questions a trial lawyer must ask themselves to ensure that they can lead the jury to find justice for their clients.

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Episode Guest, Scott Glovsky

115 Scott Glovsky HeadshotScott Glovsky is a skilled trial lawyer on a mission to make a real difference in his clients’ lives and change the system so that others will not needlessly suffer similar fates.

Based in Pasadena, California, Scott’s practice emphasizes civil trial law, including insurance bad faith, catastrophic personal injury, and health-related cases. His insurance cases include fighting a wide range of battles with health, life, disability, property, and liability insurers.

Scott received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and his J.D. from Cornell Law School. He received the “Street Fighter of the Year Award” from CAOC in 2008, and he is a graduate of the Trial Lawyers College.



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