How you get back up shapes what comes next. I am honored to help those that have suffered injury to their bodies, injuries to their loved ones, injury to their self-respect, to their honor, to their rights – get back up. You have the right to be heard – but only if you have someone to fight for it. I practice law to fight for your voice, no matter how difficult the facts or challenging the opposition. I practice law because fairness is deeply important to me. In my legal practice, I have won numerous challenging cases for people that have been seriously injured. Other lawyers turn to me to solve problems that they may be unable too. I practice law to solve problems worth fixing. Problems like helping two minor children recover hundreds of thousands of dollars from an union health plan that tried to give the money to their father’s ex wife after she murdered him. Problems like a professional that was disparaged by their former employer who tried to steal his business and humiliate them. Problems like serious brain injuries that are misdiagnosed and minimized by medical professionals. Problems like insurance companies that minimize the suffering and experience of real people to benefit their own bottom line. Problems like an innocent man, wrongfully accused of committing a horrible ***** crime and freed from a life prison sentence after we intervened. I practice law to solve worthy problems by amplifying your voice over the world’s machine hum, to let your screams, your whispers, be heard. Because when you retain an advocate that listens to you, an advocate with the creativity to solve difficult problems, an advocate honors your pain and difficulty with clarity and compassion, an advocate that helps you stand sturdy once more in spite of impossible difficulty - you will have already won. I practice law to give you constant victory.