If there’s anything that sets me apart, it is my attention to detail. I am known for being extremely thorough in both my client meetings and my courtroom depositions, and you can rest assured that I’ll spend the time necessary to develop your case.
My firm is founded on the belief that each client deserves meaningful personal attention. Devoting this time to my clients not only allows us to build rapport — it also provides me with the necessary foundation to achieve their unique goals.
I was drawn to the law because of my passion for service. Even in my younger years, I knew wanted to help others and improve the community as a whole. As I grew older, my interest narrowed on empowering the common man, and I’m honored to be able to carry out this mission in my legal practice today.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in 1985, and I have continued to work with businesses throughout my legal career. This, of course, is why so many clients turn to me regarding matters of business and employment law, but my experience enhances other areas of my practice, as well.
In cases of personal injury, for example, I am often up against powerful corporations, but my business acumen allows me to better anticipate their strategies and tactics. Furthermore, the negotiation skills I possess help me better resolve cases of all kinds.
Your focus should be on healing — not on financing your treatment. I will advise you on how to manage the cost of healthcare.
Similarly, you shouldn’t have to think about working until you’ve healed. I’ll help build a strategy that accommodates your needs.
An injury can turn your world upside down, but I will be here to propel your physical, financial, and emotional recovery.
Volvo GM Heavy Truck Co. failed to extend similar wholesale pricing discounts to its heavy truck dealers.
Client suffered an injury to her neck after a collision.
Gerber Products Company failed to pay employees while they changed into uniform and completed other pre and post line duties.
Nieces and nephews were left out of a decedent's will.