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I have always found it odd that many lawyers claim to be “experienced” simply based on how long ago they graduated law school. Some lawyers even take this one step further touting “combined experience” by adding together all the time elapsed since graduation of every attorney at the firm.  Experience should not be measured by the number of years that have passed since passing the bar exam and number of grey hairs. Experience should be measured by what an attorney has accomplished since graduation, not when he or she graduated.

To be a truly effective lawyer, you need real world experience. Law school teaches students nothing about practicing law; you must go out and do it.  Just like you can’t be a great football player by watching instructing videos or reading about playing the sport, you can’t be a great personal injury lawyer without playing the game.

Prior to starting my own law firm, I served for years as trial counsel for the catastrophic injury division of a large and prestigious personal injury law firm. I began forging my reputation as a top trial lawyer within 3 months of passing the bar exam. I have spent my entire career representing people injured by the negligence of others.  During that time, I have been called on as trial counsel for some of the most catastrophic injury case imaginable. I have represented people suffering from paralysis, loss of limbs, brain injuries, and other life altering injuries.