James Bostwick, founding partner of Bostwick & Peterson, was interviewed by fellow trial lawyer and Wisdom on Trial podcast host, David Paul of Paul Knopf Bigger.
Wisdom on Trial is a podcast, developed by and for trial lawyers, that shares impactful life and law practice wisdom that has been trial tested. During the interview, they discuss Bostwick’s 50-year career as one of the country’s leading medical malpractice attorneys and what inspired him to write the award-winning legal thriller Acts of Omission, currently being adapted into a Hollywood movie.
David Paul dives deep into why Bostwick chose to become a trial lawyer, who influenced him, what motivates him, what qualities and habits make a great medical malpractice lawyer, and other insights, advice and lessons learned from decades of experience in the courtroom representing catastrophically injured people and their families.
Bostwick has obtained multiple record-setting medical malpractice verdicts and settlements across several states. Since January 2018, Bostwick & Peterson has twice broken the State of California record for largest medical malpractice verdicts or settlements. Bostwick has earned widespread recognition from many invitation-only organizations, including the Inner Circle of Advocates, limited to the top 100 plaintiff trial lawyers in the U.S., the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, limited to the Top 500 plaintiff and defense trial lawyers in the U.S., the American Board of Trial Advocates, and Lawdragon 500, all of which are based on peer selection.
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