Trisha Ide_Unit01_Assignment - Initial Client Interview Form A CLIENT PERSONAL INFORMATION Name Justin King Address 123 Main Street Chicago Illinois

Trisha Ide_Unit01_Assignment - Initial Client Interview...

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Initial Client Interview Form A . CLIENT PERSONAL INFORMATION Name: Justin King Address: 123 Main Street, Chicago, Illinois 60601 Home Phone: (913)123-4567 Work Phone: (913)890-1234 Social Security Number: 123-45-6789 Driver’s License Number: IL39562243 Date of Birth: 7/14/83 Marital Status: Single Dependents: None Military Status: N/A Occupation: Student/Retail Employer Name, Address, Phone Number: __________________________________________________________ Membership in Union or Professional Organization: N/A Police Record (if any): N/A Have you ever filed bankruptcy? If so, please explain. N/A B. CLIENT EMPLOYMENT Type of Work: Retail Sales Job Title: Cashier Immediate Supervisor’s Name: Jill Janes Salary or Hourly Rate: $7.75/hour Number of Hours Worked Weekly - Before Accident 20 - After Accident 0 Benefits (Company car, pension plan, vacation, expense account, etc.) N/A
D. CLIENT’S FACTS/STORY: BE AS DETAILED AS YOU CAN BE. INCLUDE DAMAGES AND ALL NAMES TOLD BY CLIENT April 8 th Mr. King was riding his motorcycle, coming from a $275,000 per year for 3 years (plus percentage of sales) contract signing with MCI Records after he won the Regional National Idol Signing Contest on April 5 th in Chicago, IL. He would now like to sue everyone for a total of $100 Million. The accident happened on I-57, just south of Chicago on the way back from his agent’s office in Chicago. MCI Records came to Chicago to finalize the contact, even though their main office is in Nashville, TN. Mr. King was operating his motorcycle traveling south on I-57 in the left lane at an approximate speed of 60-65 mph. Mr. King recalls a huge beer truck with a Coops logo on it coming up behind him, wanting to pass him. The truck began flashing his lights at me as a gesture that the driver wanted me to move over into the right lane. I then moved over to the right lane. As the Coops truck passed Mr. King a couple cases of beer spilled out of the truck into Mr. King’s lane. Mr. King

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