We choose the cases we take only after carefully investigating the merits of your claim. Insurance and injury cases have complicated intersections of medicine and law. I have found that better results come from limiting the number of cases being handled at any one time. Your case will have my full and personal attention.
“It’s not that we don’t believe in settlement. We try cases because our adversaries drag us, kicking and screaming, into the winner’s circle.” Ned Good – California lawyer and Inner Circle of Advocates member.
A prompt and fair settlement of your claim is what’s best for everyone. But sometimes, powerful adversaries try to force you to choose between fair OR prompt. On most occasions, there are powerful insurance interests representing the wrongdoer. They can leverage enormous resources to avoid their personal, or contractual, responsibility. Often, the greater the loss, the greater is the resistance to accept responsibility. The only way to overcome this, is to prepare every case for trial. Fair settlements don’t occur unless the other side sees that we’re ready and willing to try the case. Settlements, by definition, are a matter of mutual agreement. Every case has a reasonable settlement value. I want what’s best for you. And I will fight for that.