Firm Commitments

You have our commitment that throughout your case we will:

  • Be your zealous advocate.
  • Treat you with respect, courtesy and compassion.
  • Explain in advance how fees and expenses will be calculated.
  • Fully analyze your case and give you an honest assessment of its strengths and weaknesses.
  • Respond to your questions clearly and completely.
  • Handle your legal matter competently, diligently and ethically.
  • Inform you of significant developments in your case as they arise.
  • Return your phone calls as soon as possible, with the goal of returning all calls within one business day.
  • Seek your input on important decisions affecting your case.
  • Always remember that you are the ONLY reason we are here.

Don't Let Social Media DESTROY Your Case

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WARNING: An increasing number of clients DESTROYED the value of their cases because of unwise use of social media. Don't let this happen to you.
  1. EVERYTHING you post or share may be turned over to the Defense. They do not need your permission to access this information, EVEN if your settings are private and EVEN if you deleted the post (it is still accessible). Further, deleting posts could expose you to sanctions for destroying evidence. There is nothing we can do. Protect yourself by limiting your activity or deactivating your accounts during your case.
  2. Be DISCREET. Do not post ANYTHING about your legal team, case or injuries, and do not post about drugs, alcohol or anything unbecoming of your character. They WILL use it against you.
  3. DO NOT post anything that contradicts your doctor’s recommendations, your injury or physical limitations. Doing so could immediately tank your case’s value, end of story. It won’t matter if there was ‘a simple explanation’ or if it was ‘just a misunderstanding.’
  4. Review your Friends. Only keep those you know and trust. DON’T accept new invites from people you don’t know. It could be a trick. Use the highest privacy settings possible.
  5. Be SMART. Think about what your are doing and how it will impact your case before you do it. If you have to double-think it, don’t do it!

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Workers’ Compensation Case

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What Happens During the Discovery Stage of a Personal Injury Trial?

A personal injury lawsuit begins long before anyone steps foot in a courtroom, and the majority of these pre-trial preparations take place during a period known as “Discovery.”

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