The other day I decided to take a few practice putts at a local golf course. It was a nice day and it sure felt good to get out of the office and take a break. Golf can be good therapy.
I was approached by a fellow I didn’t recognize. He wanted me to know that he was involved in a lawsuit that went to trial. I was the lawyer on the other side.
He started talking about the case, and I knew right away what he was talking about.
I thanked him for taking the time to talk with me, and reminding me of such a happy memory.
I was glad to learn he thought I was fair with him, and, it felt good to hear him say that during the case he felt ” the ship was sinking” and that he could sense I was going to win.
That fellow was not the defendant, or in any way a target of the lawsuit. He was a witness, someone who the other side thought could help their case.
It was nothing personal, as he seemed like a real decent guy.
For him to approach me and talk about the case showed he was just fine.
It was kind of him to say he never needed the services of an injury lawyer, but would hire me if he did.
Of course I told him I hope he never finds himself in that situation.
I am aggressive, but fair and straight-shooting.
Unlike other personal injury lawyers who are ethically bankrupt, doing it right is very important to me.
I’d be honored to help you and your family.
And, by the way, I sure do like hearing from folks who were in any way involved in any of my past cases.
I’m working on 28 years of lawyer work, so I’m sure there are a lot of stories out there.
Keep your strength.
Personal injury lawyer