Description - Crashproof Your Life: A Comprehensive, Three-Part Plan for Protecting Yourself from Financial Disasters by Thomas A. Schweich
Many of us may think we are financially secure because of a good salary or healthy investment portfolio, but attorney Thomas A. Schweich has seen disaster hit even those who seemed to have it all. One of his clients was in a car accident and ended up being responsible for another person's astronomical medical expenses, only to find that her insurance covered little of it. Her family lost everything. Another was suddenly fired from a job with a high salary after sending one inappropriate email. In his work as an attorney, Schweich helps his clients deal with the fallout of problems like these. Now he offers a sound, "crashproofing" plan for avoiding that kind of disaster by thoroughly protecting your job, your personal finances, and your personal liability. Just as The Gift of Fear showed people how to protect themselves from violent crime, this book shows them how to protect themselves from unforeseen financial disaster.
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Author Biography - Thomas A. Schweich
Thomas A. Schweich is an attorney with Bryan Cave, LLP, a prestigious law firm based in St. Louis. He is the author of Protect Yourself from Business Lawsuits. He speaks widely and does frequent workshops at major organizations around the United States, including Boeing, the Anheuser-Busch Companies, Arthur Anderson, Bank One, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and the Texas Society of CPAs. His work has been covered by a wide range of newspapers, radio programs, and websites. He was recently chief of staff on Senator Danforth's investigation into the Waco disaster. Schweich lives in St. Louis, Missouri.