When I started my law career, my goal was to make a positive social impact on the community. If I can use my gifts and skills to better the life of someone else — especially during times as trying as these circumstances — then I’ve done my job. For me, being an attorney is about more than accomplishing a childhood dream. It’s about being a voice for the voiceless and a guide for the people and families who deserve justice. This is my purpose — and it’s one that can make a difference in cultivating a promising future for you.
I’ve helped people from all walks of life receive financial compensation for their personal injury cases. As a result, not only did they get the money they needed, but their minds were put to ease and they had peace in moving forward with their lives. Personal injuries are devastating for everyone involved, especially the person who was hurt. From medical negligence to nursing home abuse and accidents of various kinds, my life’s work is built around helping people in these situations take a breath and take control.
Being a good listener is what allows me to be a good advocate. I work to understand my clients and give them power.