As a third-generation attorney, I believe it's safe to say that practicing law is in my blood. It seems as if the legal field is just part of my genetic makeup — and that includes not only the talent and skill it takes to be a successful, efficient attorney but the passion to pursue law in a manner that truly reflects the ideas of liberty, justice, and truth.
In 1977, I graduated with my Juris Doctor from the University of Texas - School of Law. Four years prior, I received my Bachelors of Science in economics from Duke University. I believe that my undergraduate degree is one of the many tools that shaped the philosophy of my practice and the area of law I work in today.
Personal injury can be absolutely devastating on a person's life, not to mention the lives of that person's family members. Whether they depend on his or her care financially or intrinsically, seeing someone who has such a high impact on the quality of your life hurt and injured is traumatic — especially when those injuries were caused by someone else's negligence. With all that has to be overcome during this time, I don't believe financial burden should be a hardship that's added to the list of hurdles.
This idea is why I launched my own firm over 40 years ago in 1978. My desire is to help people who truly need it. Where money is concerned, there are a few ways I demonstrate this desire. For one, consultations are absolutely free. There is no reason why someone should be charged a fee for simply seeking out information. When you schedule a consultation with me, I'm glad to provide the information you need to get headed in the right direction. In addition. I offer contingency-based payment plans. This means that you aren't obligated to pay me a single red cent until we you receive the full and fair compensation you deserve.
Simply put, I enjoy helping others at a price they can afford.