My approach to the practice of law is guided by the following principles:
●Think Of Options And Think Them Through.
When handling cases, I never make rash decisions. Instead, I think of options and their consequences. I discuss these options and consequences with my clients.
If something seems out of place, I speak up and advocate for my clients. I also encourage my clients to speak up and ask me questions should they not understand any aspect of their case.
●Don’t Trust. Always Be Vigilant.
I am always on the alert for anything that might have an impact on the interests of my clients. I fight to make sure that my clients’ legal rights are protected.
●Pay Close Attention To Detail.
It is absolutely essential to avoid making assumptions. I always listen to witnesses and read documents carefully.
Litigation is not a tea party. I am a strong advocate for my clients. I fight hard and aggressively.