If you are browsing this web site, you are either a victim or know someone who has recently been a victim of an injury due to the negligence of another. This is a very stressful time and it is important that you can find an office that understands what this means to you not just from a financial but also from an emotional and spiritual standpoint.
Why is our office different?
My office reflects not only my extensive experience as an attorney, but also compassion. No matter what the circumstance, whether you have a weak or strong case, I treat everyone with respect and understanding. You can expect candid advice. I do not sugar coat the bad stuff. I evaluate your potential case based upon my extensive experience, yet I do not judge or place blame on someone who may have been forced to make swift decisions which might ultimately prove to be unfavorable to their claim.
My office is pleasant, warm and welcoming. Although I aggressively prepare my cases, I like to work in a more casual environment when I am not in court or in depositions.”
My office is pleasant, warm and welcoming. Although I aggressively prepare my cases, I like to work in a more casual environment when I am not in court or in depositions. Don’t be surprised to find me diligently working at my desk in my running shorts on days which I do not have scheduled clients or court appearances. A fitness fanatic, I enjoy long distance running to reflect and unwind after hard battles fought. This provides me with mental clarity and endurance to tackle a long drawn out claim. I will not stop until I feel that I have achieved the best possible result for you.
I have been fortunate to have forged a friendship with my staff. We consider this office our family. We work out together, training at our on site studio. We run long distance races together. When you call my office and speak to my staff you are speaking to someone who truly cares about my law practice, who feels a stake in the outcome, your outcome.
So before you pick up the phone to call us, RELAX. Take a deep breath. Leave the worry to us. Focus on your physical recovery while we fight for your rights.