Philosophy

Judges and juries want to be told the truth. All the time. They also want it to be simple. The simple truth is better than a well-dressed lie. So, we focus on telling the truth, simply.

To do this, we start preparing the case for trial from Day One. The best approach for prevailing at trial, obtaining a favorable settlement in a case, or avoiding a lawsuit altogether is the same: working early to prepare the case that will win at trial.

The best results in civil litigation are obtained only when the opposing side knows its adversaries have the ability, experience and guts to take the case through trial – and win.

If the case is tried, we do not throw the case together at the end. We use persuasive graphics, convincing time lines, and compelling damages presentations that we have been preparing since Day One.

We win because we present the truth clearly and simply. We take no short-cuts.