Throughout my law career, I have found myself gravitating towards personal injury cases. I understand that people are hurt and injured due to the actions of others, and I believe it's my duty to help them get the compensation they deserve. I have taken on cases of those who have been injured due to the negligent acts of others. Whether it is a regular car accident, an uber accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice, dog bite, bus accident, assault and battery, or wrongful death, I strive to bring my clients the fairest settlement possible. I treat each and every one of my clients with the utmost respect and dignity. Many of my clients keep in touch with me even after their case is settled.
I believe I have a high rate of success winning cases for my clients due to my moral compass. Those who are responsible for accidents and injuries should be held responsible, and those who have been hurt must be cared for. The body and mind need time to recover and heal, and by eliminating many potential financial stresses, I can do my part to speed up the recuperation process. Because I believe in this cause, I make sure to work extra hard to use every tool I have to win a case. I will gladly assemble piles of evidence, call in the assistance of experts, enlist medical doctors and similar authorities for their opinions and testimonies, and more. Further, I care about the aftermath - I strive to get my clients to go to the best physicians and physical rehabilitation clinics and will always make sure they are healthy and safe while recovering.
An additional part of my success as an attorney is the strength of my team. My fellow attorneys share many of my philosophies and qualities, and together, we work diligently to win cases for causes we believe in, from personal injury lawsuits to worker’s compensation claims.
As my law career continues to unfold in front of me, I look forward to the hundreds more cases I will be taking on, and I am glad that I will be able to bring fair settlements and ample payouts to many of those individuals.
|Loyola Law School||N/A||N/A|
|Univ of California at Los Angeles||N/A||N/A|
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Fri Jun 22 2018
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