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Why We Do What We Do

Chad West Nov. 23, 2020

While many people think of personal injury law as simply responding to lousy circumstances, in reality, there’s a level of care that goes into advocating for our clients that attempts to right a wrong and prevent others from being wronged in the same way.

In tort law – the part of the law that includes personal injury – the standard of “duty of care” encompasses the care an individual owes to take responsible measures to prevent injury or harm to other persons.

When you’ve been hurt in an accident, car wreck or slip-and-fall, that duty of care has been breached. Sadly, someone who was supposed to take basic care to ensure they didn’t injure others has failed to do so. Tort law steps in to correct this wrong and prevent others from being victimized in the same way by holding plaintiffs accountable to correct the wrong. Every day, people come to us because of such failings of care.

The 30-year-old client struggling to make sense of why she will walk with a cane the rest of her life while her friend who was driving negligently gets a new car from her insurance company.

The father who has worked hard to provide for his family for years only to have his livelihood snatched away by a traumatic car accident.

The young man sitting alone in an emergency room for hours whose life is dramatically altered by someone else’s negligence.

These are just a few of the stories we have been privileged to tell this past year. As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, we hope that the clients we’ve served this year can enjoy peace and rest. If you’ve been hurt and need help to right that wrong and recover the compensation you need to help you heal from your injuries, we’re here.

Thank you for the privilege of helping. Happy Thanksgiving.


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