The majority of my clients are individuals and families fighting against
well-funded, powerful insurance companies. In most cases, my clients have
been injuried as a result of someone else's ngeligence. These clients
come to me because the person who caused their injury has refused to accept
responsibility for his wrongful conduct.
"Liberty and justice for all" requires that all people be treated
equally under the law. However, the reality is that most of my clients
cannot afford to pay me an hourly rate to handle their cases. This is
especially so where the person who caused my client's injury is represented
by a well-funded insurance company. Trying to represent yourself against
a big insurance company is not a fair fight. The old adage, “He
who represents himself, has a fool for a client” is absolutely true
in today’s complex legal system. For these reasons, many attorneys
who represent injured persons do so for a contingency fee, rather than
an hourly fee.
A contingency fee gives the average man the key to the courthouse. Without
trial lawyers willing to put their own effort and money into representing
a client on a contingency fee basis, “justice for all” would
be meaningless and the reality would be more like “justice for the
rich and powerful who can afford it.”
If you, or someone you know, has been injured by someone else's wrongful
conduct, I urge you to
call today for a free,
no obligation consultation. Know your rights!