Along with truth and justice, there is another foundational aspect of the law: Compassion. People often overlook it, but that does not make it any less important.

Compassion goes beyond empathy — beyond feeling for someone else, that is. It makes you want to stand up and do something.

Practicing compassion

Our firm is built on compassion. We care about our clients, but, more than that, it is our caring that motivates us to work hard.

This results in the type of atmosphere you might expect if a close neighbor or family member represented you. We stay in close communication, we value your trust and we leave no stone unturned when it comes to researching both your case and all of your potential legal options.

Doing the right thing

All attorneys swear by a professional ethical code. We live by it.

Because we choose cases we truly want to guide to the best possible outcome, we strive to do the right thing. That does not change, even if the right thing is not the easiest option for us as attorneys. Additionally, the cases we handle are often difficult, involving serious injuries or even loss of life:

  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Bike, car and truck crashes
  • Wrongful death
  • Dangerous products

Healing our community

Many of our clients come to us frustrated — sometimes almost desperate — when faced with the possibility that they might not be able to obtain the resources they need to recover from catastrophic injuries or the loss of a loved one. It is always gratifying when we are able to facilitate that recovery, whether it is through negotiating with insurance companies or bringing the matter to trial.

We are a committed, focused team. Taking on a new client means something to us: It means we have found someone we truly want to help. Even when we have to work around the clock to make it happen, it still feels good. That is the power of compassion.