In September of 2013 my father George was killed by a motor vehicle while walking his dog. Given the tragic and unexpected nature of this accident, it was an extremely emotional ordeal for my family. In 2017 Chris Fiorentino represented my family in a personal injury case related to my dad’s accident, and I couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome of our case.
In particular, I feel that a critical turning point in my dad’s trial materialized during Chris’s examination of a key witness – a state police trooper who was an expert in accident reconstruction analysis. Chris’s examination of this witness clearly and concisely boiled my dad’s case down to a simple algebra word problem that used facts and science to prove what happened on that day. Chris’s strategic line of questioning allowed the state trooper to demonstrate his expert knowledge to walk thru the math calculations involved in reconstructing the events of that day. In my opinion, the path Chris took to demonstrate to the jury that the state trooper was highly credible and credentialed, had particular expertise in the field of accident reconstruction, and was able to provide a simple and unequivocal explanation of the probability and likelihood of what happened to my dad that day proved to be the difference in the result of our case.
My father was a kind and gentle man who treated everyone with respect, and that is exactly how Chris treated all the different personalities involved in this case. In addition to his prowess in the courtroom, Chris was extremely gifted at helping manage the emotions my family went thru in having to re-live the details of my dad’s accident in a public forum. I have no doubt that the professionalism and courtesy Chris showed to my family and all parties involved in our case would have made my father proud.
I highly recommend Chris Fiorentino to anyone seeking legal services, and in particular in the field of personal injury.