I’ve wanted to be a lawyer since I was a child. The law has always been something to uphold for me because I’ve seen people suffer due to injustices that otherwise couldn’t be helped without the aid of an attorney. When I started out as a paralegal, I observed strong desires from clients to be represented by someone who genuinely cared about their well-being. While getting my J.D. at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, I knew that a caring representative was what I wanted to be. I wanted to run my law office with the mix of competence and compassion that could accomplish impressive feats.
In my opinion, effective legal representation involves hitting a few very important bases. First, I want to make sure that you feel you’re getting the focused attention you deserve. It’s important to me to develop a great working relationship with you because that paves the way for our success. I also care that you are prepared to face any medical expenses or related issues with the right resources during your time of difficulty. When we work together, I can connect you to whatever you may need.
My positive relationships are evidence of hard work — and that work improves lives.