The joy and satisfaction of a trial lawyer representing persons who have suffered traumatic brain injuries

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The passion for justice, the desire to stand up for the little guy, the challenge of overcoming significant obstacles, and the thirst for knowledge are common motivations for trial lawyers. Fulfilling the goals fueled by these motivations is why I have found representing persons who have suffered traumatic brain injuries to be so rewarding. I have had the privilege over the past 28 years of having represented hundreds of persons who sustained traumatic brain injuries. In so doing, I have experienced, and continue to experience, the greatest joy and satisfaction a trial lawyer can have.

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