If I accept your case, it’s because I believe in it and I’m willing to front all the expenses necessary to follow it through to the end..
It means I want to know you, your family, and your community. I want to hear what makes you happy, what brings you frustration, and what moves you.
I want to understand your life and what you’ve lost in your own words and from the people who know you. I want to see firsthand how your injury changed your daily life.
I’ll give you your options — without all the fluff — so that you really know what’s going on and have the capacity to make informed decisions every step of the way.
My job is to recognize where your anxiety is, explain what’s happening with your case, and guide you through the darkness to find the light at the end of the tunnel.