I’ve often had people ask me what the hardest part about being in the legal field is. I’ve thought about this a lot because it coincides with my desire to be the best attorney I can. I’ll first start by summarizing the difference between “hard” and “soft” skills. I think of hard skills […] Continue Reading
Injured workers who are not represented by attorneys are known as “pro se” claimants. These are the folks who have chosen to not hire an attorney and instead are trying to manage a case on their own. There are situations where this makes sense. For example, I don’t generally see a need for […] Continue Reading
We’re all living through a period in history that most of us have never experienced before. With that comes a variety of opinions, stories, and changes to day-to-day life; here are a few of my personal highlights. Work: Around the first of March, we started cleaning and sanitizing around the office more than usual. […] Continue Reading
If you intend to make a personal injury claim, it’s only natural to have questions about your case and the proceedings. What kinds of damages can I pursue? What types of evidence will I have to compile? What can I do to strengthen my claim? We will go over the full process in our free […] Continue Reading
Culture is critical to a company’s long-term viability. That’s of course no secret; search “business culture” on Amazon and you’ll get over 30,000 hits. It’s often easier said than done though, as I’m sure we’ve all been at jobs where there’s a toxic vibe in the air and employees don’t feel they’re appropriately valued. I’ll […] Continue Reading
What is medical payments coverage, under/uninsured motorist (“UIM/UM”) coverage, and why do I need it?
You’re thinking “why do I need medical payments or under/uninsured motorist coverage if the at-fault driver will pay me anyway?” Continue Reading
“You won the battle but lost the war.” We’ve all heard variations on this expression, but what does it actually imply? For me, it boils down to the idea that someone was too focused on short-term wins and not the overall purpose. But is that necessarily always a bad way to go? In essence, we’re […] Continue Reading