N.Y. Lawyer Pitches ‘Personal Injury’ TV Series to Hollywood

December 14, 2005

New York personal injury lawyer Warren Redlich is developing a television series entitled “Personal Injury.”

Redlich says he met with eight Hollywood industry leaders at the Screenwriting Expo in Los Angeles in November to pitch the concept, and is in preliminary talks with a producer/director.

“TV audiences are very interested in law-related procedural drama shows. Our series extends this approach to personal injury cases. Each show starts with a car accident or other accident. It depicts lawyers bringing cases together and interacting with victims, insurance companies and the court system. This show will depict how personal injury cases are handled and we believe this will resonate with TV audiences,” said the former Allstate attorney who now represents injured plaitiffs against insurers from his Albany law firm.

By developing a personal injury law television series, attorney Redlich says he is “actively promoting understanding of how injury cases are resolved. This will help all participants better understand how the process works and what to expect in a personal injury case.”

Redlich said he won two awards as Allstate’s top trial attorney in upstate New York and one award as that firm’s top attorney in the northeastern U.S. Now his law firm represents injured plaintiffs against insurance companies.

Source: Redlich Personal Injury Law Firm

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