The injury law business is tough work, it really is.
It’s not the kind of work you get into if you’re afraid to mix it up a bit.
Lots of very intelligent lawyers don’t make the grade.
Injury lawyering is like wrestling with a wild cat for its young.
The insurance companies don’t want to part with the bucks.
They throw nickles around like manhole covers.
But a lawyer does not get very far if s/he can not empathize with the victim.
These are not just cases because we deal with human beings at a very tough time in their lives.
The only justice the law allows is money, but a lawyer who treats his client as a means towards a financial end, won’t last very long aroung here.
Everyone knows a phoney.
Recently, I got some very nice compliments from some folks who saw me in action on their behalf, and I want to share them with you:
KNUCKLES OF BRASS… HEART OF GOLD
THE CHARLIE YOU SEE IS THE CHARLIE YOU GET.
At the end of the day, when the smoke of battle is lifted, it’s a mighty rewarding feeling to hear these kind words out of the mouths of satisfied clients.
May this continue.