My father became disabled when my sisters and I were young. Our family nearly lost everything, but my parents got good legal advice and persevered. My mother became a paralegal for the attorney who helped us. My father became our hero who preserved our future through wisdom, frugality and dignity. And I became a lawyer focused on matters of personal injury, workers’ compensation, and wrongful death, who truly understands when serious personal injuries hit home.
Today, as a father myself, I passionately strive to help those who suffer disabling personal injuries or the loss of a loved one find justice, while working to protect children from carelessness.
Plain and simple: They hire us to take action to help them.
They need clear and frank advice, but most of all they need us to take action to protect their rights and to seek reasonable compensation. Ultimately, it takes knowledge, resources, dedication, and hard work to help our clients through what possibly is the toughest time of their lives.
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