To laugh often and much, to win the respects of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and to endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.

Ralph Waldo Emerson
American poet

It is therefore, in this vein that we aim to succeed and we measure the degree of our success by the level of personal satisfaction, emotional fulfillment and financial reparation we achieve for the benefit of our injured clients. By restoring their sense of fair play and faith in the integrity of our judicial system, we will have succeeded in unloading a heavy burden off their shoulders allowing them to breath easier so that they could go on with their daily lives.

When people in a civilized society are injured, they look up to the Law to find JUSTICE. They feel the need and rightfully expect to redress their grievances through the Courts. This is where we come in and know how to do well.

Justice is an ideal we aspire to achieve in every case that we are entrusted with. We are committed to championing the cause of those among us who have been injured or who have lost their lives due to the negligence of others. We jealously guard our hard-earned reputation for excellence and compassion for zealous advocacy on behalf of our clients.

Understanding, sympathy and compassion for the plight of the injured and family of the deceased are fundamental points of departure. Justice may not be achieved unless we, as professionals, internalize and empathize with the loss that our clients feel and experience when loss is due to someone else’s fault. When negligence occurs, it is our role to restore a sense of justice and fill in the void created by the loss experienced by the injured. We may not be able to make the injured person whole, nor bring the dead back, but we can most certainly seek out financial reparation to allow them to regain their dignity and sense of redemption. For us, this accomplishment is the greatest personal reward and most significant professional accolade.

Sincerity is the driving force that fuels our desire to achieve a just solution for our clients. Often, our roles as zealous advocates, begins with negotiation with the insurance company. When insurance companies refuse to offer a fair settlement, we promptly file suit and resolve the matter in the Courts. We do not compromise our clients’ claims for the sake of expediency and quick resolution when fairness requires otherwise.

Thoroughness is a method we chose in planning, preparation and prosecution of our clients’ claims. Thorough preparation of a legal case is the cornerstone, a foundation if you will, of a potentially successful outcome. We aim to be uncompromising in preserving the integrity of our cases for the sake of delivering the utmost benefit to our deserving clients and preservation of our professional character.

Ingenuity is a quality we incessantly aspire to accomplish. We strive to seize every opportunity to be witty, creative and resourceful in contriving new methods, explanations and legal arguments for the benefit of our clients.

Communication is an integral part of our success. We have learned long ago that an informed client is a happy client. For this reason, we have established a policy to keep our clients informed. We guarantee that when a client calls to talk to an attorney, an attorney will promptly return the call if none is available when the client calls.

Experience will allow a lawyer to analyze the facts and circumstances surrounding an injured or killed victim and advise his client on the many laws dealing with personal injury, product defects or medical negligence. If you or a loved one has been injured in any type of accident or are the victim of medical malpractice; it is wise to consult with a lawyer regarding your rights. While not every injury amounts to a case, an experienced lawyer will be in a better position to inform you whether or not you have a case.