There's a reason why over 90% of my clients find me through word of mouth referrals from current or past clients. I don't "chase" accident victims or advertise on TV. For 28 years I've stood side by side with Ohioans injured in car, trucking, motorcycle, and medical mishaps in courtrooms all over the state. I'm not a "high volume" personal injury lawyer. Because I don't have hundreds or thousands of clients at any one time, it allows me the privilege of getting to know you and your concerns with a more attentive ear. One of most rewarding aspects of what I do is that I have become friends with or maintain contact with most of my clients after their case is concluded.
I also know that I still have a lot to learn in my profession. Despite my experience, I've never felt that I have everything "figured out." Like life, the practice of law should be one of constant learning on the continual path to wisdom. My clients deserve no less.
On a personal note, I have been a youth baseball and basketball coach for years and an avid walleye fisherman--a certified "fishingaholic," and I'm pretty good at it. I also enjoy gardening and canning and even beer making. I also play golf infrequently--and poorly enough to convince me to stick to fishing.