I was the one they could always come to for a sympathetic ear and clear advice on how to move forward in the most challenging circumstances.
You could say I’ve been training to be a lawyer since my brothers were born.
In fact, I can trace my success as a champion debater in college, and now, as a seasoned wrongful death and injury lawyer – to them.
So, when my brother got into trouble with the law as an adult, I sprang into action. I knew what the law was capable of and I was prepared to be a fierce opponent.
I’ll spare you the details (because that is his personal story to share, not mine) but, I can tell you, I truly learned how to be the lawyer I am now because of him.
When you go through the trenches and feel the pain of someone close to you, you become more invigorated to help others who have been victimized.
Then, when you are in the position I am in as a lawyer – you have the gift of fighting for them and creating lasting change in their lives.
Because of that, I truly learned how to listen, and through listening, understood what needed to be done, both personally and legally, for my clients.
It is something I have done for the twenty years I have been a lawyer and for the twenty years before that as an older sibling.
I carry this urge for helping and advocating for those in the most trying of circumstances.
Because I understand what it feels like, I have developed a set of skills to help relieve you of the legal and financial stresses involved in trying to get both justice, and compensation, for your most tragic loss…the death of a loved one.
This is why I do what I do.