From the time I was a child, I always made it a point to help a fellow student that was getting bullied.

Whether it was speaking to the bullies themselves, or welcoming the bullied student into my group of friends, it simply irked me to see someone being taken advantage of and not being able to do anything about it.

In a way, I continue to do that today as a personal injury attorney.

Simply put, I view the insurance companies as bullies.

Whether it’s convincing the senior citizen that needs surgery that they have no choice but to settle their claim for a few thousand dollars or outright denying the property damage claim of a woman that needs to take and pick up her kids from school, there is simply no other way to describe them.

As a personal injury attorney, my mantra is that there is no such thing as a “small case”. I will give 100% matter how big or small a case may be.

I can guarantee you that I will always fight to get you what you deserve, or more.

I began working in a personal injury law firm before I was even an attorney. I very quickly knew that this was the field I would be pursuing. 

Furthermore, success in a case often relies heavily upon an attorney’s ability to research relevant case law as well as information about the opposing party. Today, the majority of this is done electronically.

I am tech-savvy and have various tools, trade-specific software, and methods that I utilize to give my clients an edge over the competition when it comes to gathering information that is necessary in bringing forth a strong case.

I am fluent in English, Hebrew, and Spanish, languages which I use regularly in my practice.

I’ve traveled to approximately 40 different countries, in 6 different continents.

I’ve volunteered as an English teacher at an orphanage in Kenya and taught English in a coal mining town in China.

I take all of these experiences and use them to my advantage while practicing law. I’ve learned a lot along the way, and I am very grateful for being blessed with the opportunity to not only enrich myself but to help enrich others as well.

I look forward to assisting you, using tools I’ve gathered throughout my lifetime, with whichever legal issues may come your way.