It’s an incredibly stressful time when someone is possibly severely injured, has experienced a life-changing event, and is possibly no longer able to work (at least for some time). Growing up with George’s father, we witnessed his dedication to representing and fighting for the little guy. That same drive is instilled in both of us as we continue George’s father’s work and lead the firm today.
We are experienced injury and accident attorneys who still have as much horsepower, energy, enthusiasm, dedication and devotion as when we were younger—maybe even more so now.
We take cases we believe in and aim to serve client needs first and foremost.
Since we’re a small team, we consider ourselves a boutique-style firm, where we can be picky about the cases we take on. We like to help those who have the greatest needs and require the most help, even if the case is difficult. Both partners used the word boutique to describe the firm.
The size and experience of our firm also allows us to give each client the personal attention and service he or she deserves. Our clients aren’t sent to lower-level associates; instead, the partners spend a lot of time working directly with clients. Our size enables us to focus on the quality, not quantity, of cases. This allows us to develop personal relationships with each client and put a lot of resources towards each case.
We’re compassionate and personal on a client level, aggressive with opponents on a litigation level.
The personal and direct service we provide clients is an integral part of our firm because we value strong relationships with every client we represent. This approach allows us to better understand our clients’ needs and get the best results suited to their situations.
We believe our relationships with other lawyers, judges, and legal professionals are just as important. We maintain these relationships through networking, working together on cases, mentoring younger lawyers and upholding a high level of professionalism in everything we do.
We strongly believe in continuing our education to stay current and on the cutting edge—being up to date on the latest trends. This mindset helps us grow professionally and ultimately benefits clients because of the skills we develop and refine. We have values and work ethics that appeal to more traditional clients, but staying current and adapting well to changes allows us to appeal to younger clients as well.