Why hire a lawyer who has worked on both sides of the courtroom?

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In my first meeting with any client, one of the things I explain to them is that I have tried over 50 cases to a jury on behalf of an insurance company.

Because of my work experience on the “other side” of an insurance claim, I know:

  • The arguments that are against you.
  • The tactics that are against you.
  • How to respond to them.

I would love to discuss your case with you today!

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