Jason M. Byrd, hosts The Byrd Chronicles – “Where Law Meets Life.” In this podcast, Jason examines specific areas of the law, including day to day issues that affect all of us, along with other topics of interest. Set in a fun and relaxed environment, The Byrd Chronicles and his top-notched guests embark on a journey examining the law, life, and the pursuit of happiness in America.

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TBC 1 | Plaintiff’s Lawyer
  Doing commercial litigation for big firms, corporations, and banks pay off well, and everything seems great. But when it comes down to it, they don’t really appreciate what you do. Brad Parker wanted something more out of the law, and so he left the bigger firms and started representing people, the mom and pops and the regular people that got screwed over. Brad is a plaintiff’s lawyer, which in layman’s terms means a lawyer

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