Because legal matters are rarely black and white, it’s extremely important that the legal professionals involved in a case are determined to uncover the truth and hold the right people accountable. Throughout my career, I have made it my mission to do just that.
The types of cases I handle — medical malpractice, wrongful death, legal malpractice, civil rights, sexual harassment, and personal injury — tend to be complex, emotional, and stressful. That’s why my approach is founded on educating and guiding clients, not on dictating their choices for them. By helping clients more fully understand the legal process, as well as their options, I am in turn empowering them to make informed decisions.
For many, the idea of working with an attorney is not very appealing. They tend to associate lawyers with certain social stigmas, and they’d rather not be involved in a legal situation to begin with. As much as I can appreciate these hesitancies, I want to assure you that I am just a regular person looking to help others through their legal trouble. I explain things in plain English, and I work to cut costs for my clients wherever I can.
When you seek my counsel, you’ll find that upfront honesty is a policy I take very seriously. I want you to know what to expect from your case, and I want to give you a very clear idea of your rights, your options, and the pros and cons of each strategy we discuss.
In law, it’s the details that can make or break a case. An effective attorney is one that isn’t afraid to dig into the research or investigate an incident as soon as it is brought to their attention. Anything less than prompt action can lead to a variety of complications — key witnesses can forget crucial details, employers can take preemptive action against lawsuits, vital documents can be misplaced, and so on.
To prevent such complications from escalating, I make a point of getting straight to work the moment I am retained by a client. Below, you’ll find a layout of three actions I regularly take in order to get a case moving in the right direction.
Depending on your case type, this may involve investigating the scene of your incident, interviewing key witnesses, or digging into other important components of your case.
If you’ve been physically or emotionally traumatized, I will work to connect you with competent medical, psychological, and/or other professionals to assist you in your recovery.
Determining fair compensation requires a thorough analysis of your losses — physical, emotional, and otherwise. This is where my decades of experience give us an advantage.
The idea of seeking legal guidance may seem overwhelming at first, but it doesn’t have to be. If you call or visit my firm, you’ll be treated with understanding and encouraged to do what’s best for you — even if that means referring you elsewhere for help. My number one priority is your well-being, no matter the type of injustice you’ve undergone. And, if we decide to work together, I will use every resource at my disposal to see your case through to the end.