When potential clients come to my office, it’s often the worst day of their lives. They’ve suffered severe injuries or possibly even lost a loved one. They aren’t out to make a fortune off the system; they just want to get their lives back. 

Having worked both sides of personal injury cases, I have a unique understanding of the process and my clients’ needs. Early in my career, I represented insurance companies. During that time, I saw how disadvantaged individuals were when facing off against sophisticated insurance companies. Insurance companies are relentless in pursuing their interests; people who have been injured need someone equally relentless to protect them. I began to use the knowledge I learned working for the insurance company to help my clients avoid the traps involved in personal injury litigation. When my clients get their lives back, I feel proud to be of service. 

I was drawn to personal injury work because it meant I could help injured people without causing them financial stress. I only get paid if I do a good job for my clients and negotiate a settlement or receive a jury verdict for them. If my clients don’t receive just compensation, neither do I. It’s rewarding to help real people with real problems.  

To produce the best possible results, I prepare each case as if it’s going to trial. I reject more pre-litigation offers and file more lawsuits, which puts the system to work for my clients. As a result, they average much higher settlements than clients who accept pre-litigation offers… even when the case does not go all the way to trial. 

Come in for a consult and take the first step to getting your life back. 

Education and Awards

Legal Articles

Bachelor of Science in Economics, University of Utah

Juris Doctorate, Texas Tech University School of Law

National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40

Avvo Superb rating of 10 

Avvo Client’s Choice Award

What We Learned from McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case.

Depositions and the Consequences of Answering I Don’t Know.

Common Mistakes Made by Personal Injury Victims.