Approach & Philosophy

Our Clients Come First.

We are advocates. We believe that the relationship between our Firm and our clients represents a sacred trust. We do not see our client as a mere number or just another case. We are always mindful that we represent those who have been wronged, injured, and lost loved ones.

Therefore, our first and most important value is our commitment to our clients’ best interest. We work tirelessly to help our clients move on – sometimes from the most difficult moments in their lives. Our clients have put their trust in us to pursue and obtain justice on their behalf. We do this by achieving the best possible results that we can, regardless of how difficult the pursuit may be.

 

Focus on What Matters.

We are problem solvers. An accident can cause many problems, especially the need for medical care. We work every day to ensure our clients get the help they need, even if they cannot afford it. We believe that no one should be denied access to high-quality medical care, especially when the cause of injury is another’s negligence.

Although the most important, we know that health is not the only cost of an accident. We’re acutely aware of the mental, emotional, and financial consequences that often follow a catastrophic injury. The plans we make and actions we take from day-to-day and week-to-week are purposefully designed with these problems in mind. Addressing these concerns is our first important priority—and the most important way we measure our success.

 

There’s No Substitute For Hard Work.

We are fighters. Lawsuits are confusing, expensive, and stressful. Our job is to bear the mental and financial burden to get our clients’ case before the jury so that justice can prevail. We get up early and stay late. When the other side calls it a day, we are working, planning, and taking steps needed to win for our clients. We know that’s the best way to win. Period.

 

Be Ready to Try Every Case.

We are trial lawyers. The right to a jury trial in civil cases is enshrined in the Seventh Amendment to the United States Constitution. It is one of the great hallmarks of our justice system. We believe that anyone who is injured has the right to be heard by a jury of their peers.

While most cases are settled rather than tried to a jury, the threat of a jury trial is the single greatest motivator of a fair settlement. Often, insurance companies and decision-makers for corporate defendants simply do not want to take the risk of trial.

We are not afraid to take a case to trial, and we prepare every case with the expectation that it will reach the jury’s hands. We will invest the time and resources necessary to show the other side that we insist on nothing less than full and fair compensation for our clients’ damages. For anything less, we’ll be ready to ask the jury to give what the defendant won’t.