On this special replay, we return to Max's interview with Mike Morse, a high-profile attorney known for his entertaining TV ads and his impressive wins on behalf of injured clients. Mike is the author of Fireproof: a Five-Step Model to Take Your Law Firm from Unpredictable to Wildly Profitable. Mike shares some of his secrets for building what he calls a “fireproof” law firm. Now that our audience has grown (and keeps growing!), we wanted to be sure everyone had a chance to hear how Mike Morse went from being a true solo to becoming a household name.
00:19 – Introduction
02:23 – About Mike Morse’s practice
05:09 – The importance of delegation
06:58 – Why Mike decided to write Fireproof
08:38 – COVID’s impact on law firms
09:24 – Mike’s television ads
13:26 – The Jesus Moreno Case
17:46 – Why Mike wrote Fireproof
21:14 – Running a law firm like a business
23:43 – The “Legal Jumbotron”
25:37 – How Mike answers skeptics
28:23 – Concluding remarks
Mike Morse is the founder of Mike Morse Law Firm, the largest personal injury firm in Michigan. Mike lectures across the country on the practice of law and how to build a successful law firm. Recently, he was named a #1 Amazon Best-selling author for his book on this topic, FireProof: a Five-Step Model to Take Your Law From from Unpredictable to Wildly Profitable. Mike also hosts a weekly podcast, Open Mike, where he shares advice on the law and brings important legal topics to the forefront. He is also involved with many charitable organizations including Project Backpack, a program he founded that provides free backpacks and school supplies to students in need.
Mike has received many awards and accolades, including being named one of America’s 50 Most Influential Trial Lawyers by The National Law Journal and The Trial Lawyer Magazine, Lawyers Weekly Leader in the Law, DBiz Top Lawyer, and Super Lawyer’s Top Rated Lawyer. Mike has also received multiple Golden Gavel Awards for his award-winning commercials and garnered coverage from prominent news outlets and renowned publications such as The Today Show, Huffington Post, and Lawyers Weekly. He is often featured as a legal advisor on local news broadcasts in metro Detroit.