Our clients come first. To our attorneys, this means that we represent each client as if their case is the most important case we are handling in our office. We tell our clients what they need to hear, even if that is not what they want to hear. This is the only way they can make informed decisions about their case.
We evaluate a case carefully, taking into consideration among other things, what we would want and how we would feel if we were suffering from the same injuries or loss of a loved one. We also use our experience to determine what we believe a jury might award under each individual set of circumstances. At that point, we are then in a position to give our clients the best advice regarding their case. We believe that every case should be handled as efficiently and promptly as possible.