As a kid, I was always interested in law, even though it's not what I went to school for initially. But after a while, I knew it was something I had to do. I attended law school at Southwestern University part-time and, after selling a successful business, got a job as a clerk at a personal injury firm. That's where I fell in love with the practice and knew that helping people was in my blood.
After opening my own practice in 1991, I knew I'd found the right place; it gives me the freedom and flexibility to take the cases I want to take—sometimes the ones other attorneys won't.
My approach to practicing law is to use my experience and "can't stop" attitude to do everything possible for my clients. I take creative approaches to help ensure positive resolutions to their cases, even ones that other attorneys wouldn't touch. I've been doing this for a long time and have seen quite a few cases, but I understand that everyone is different and requires a unique touch, after all. Through a hands-on, honest, and communicative process, I'll uncover everything I can to bring the optimal results to the table.
“Insurance companies have one goal: profit, regardless of who it hurts. My approach is to do whatever it takes to help people being bullied by insurance companies.”