Over the last few days I heard from a client who was very seriously injured in a motor vehicle crash almost 10 years ago.
It was quite a battle, but we were victorious.
The defendant was a big corporation, and was represented by a powerful law firm out of Manchester, N.H.
She had a question on another legal matter, and, because it was not injury law, I recommended her to a specialist in the field of employment law.
This happens a lot to me, and I’m really glad it does.
I want folks to think of me as their go-to lawyer on any kind of legal question.
Even though I only practice injury law, personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death, I know many lawyers in New Hampshire and across the country who can help with other kinds of cases.
It was great to hear how well her children turned out– one lives on the west coast, and the other is about to graduate from college after taking a class at Harvard. During the case, they were both young guys, and now they are young men out on their own.
This lady is a terrific person. The financial arrangement / settlement will protect her for life. She deserves every bit of it because her case was a life-changing event.
In the injury law business it is rewarding to see old clients, to see how their lives have turned out, and to see all the good that was done through the civil justice system.
The money does not ever really amount to compensation. I think that idea is a myth. There is really no amount of money that makes the suffering worthwhile. But it does make live easier, and gives the injured person the help, comfort, and protection s/he needs and truly deserves.
Being set- for- life is far better than having nowhere to turn all the time!
Think of me as your go-to guy.
I’d be honored to help any way I can.
Keep your strength.