Through the desolation of guilt, tragic loss, and futility, Benkie provides a hopeful message of destiny and divine intervention in the face of certain defeat.

“The Lawyer’s Angel” by Scott Allen Benkie is a thought-provoking, hopeful tale of an attorney’s journey to rediscover the power of truth and justice

“It is always good to begin again. I began again today by telling my story to you. Each of us lives and dies, and in the process, we are a story. “All of our frantic searching in life finally leads us to conclude we just want to be moved, loved, inspired, our very souls stirred by someone or something. We want just a glimpse of the eternal to know that our lives have meaning. Here is my story as to how this came to pass with me.” James Crosson, 2020
Attorney James Crosson is in the grips of despair, blaming himself for his wife’s death. A widow hires him to pursue a wrongful death case on behalf of her late husband who died in a seemingly ordinary car wreck. Crosson must confront his own tragic loss and gambling debts as he unravels the plot hatched by a deranged corporate tyrant who will stop at nothing to conceal the truth, take down the lawyer, and preserve his empire. With Vegas goons closing in and everything at stake, Crosson goes all in one last time with no realistic chance of winning the case or surviving the evil arrayed against him.

Through the desolation of guilt, tragic loss, and futility, Benkie provides a hopeful message of destiny and divine intervention in the face of certain defeat.

Author Scott Allen Benkie

Scott Allen Benkie is a graduate of the Indiana University McKinney School of Law and a practicing trial lawyer (Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, martindale.com) of 35 years in Indianapolis where he lives with his daughter and fiance. He has coached high school basketball (Bishop Chatard State Champions 2003) and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He is a frequent speaker for lawyers in litigation seminars and has written several articles and manuals to assist lawyers in their cases.