Clients should want a lawyer who will advise them on their best course of action and not just on what they want to hear. I am always honest with my clients about the strengths and weaknesses of their case. No case is “perfect,” and clients need to be told the positive and negative aspects of their case so they can make an informed decision.
I take pride in my knowledge of the substantive law as well as the rules of evidence. I have taken the time necessary to learn even all the minute details of personal injury law, which is crucial in order to succeed with a personal injury case.
- Washington State University, 1992
- Willamette University College of Law, 1997
- Washington, 1997
- Nevada, 2002
- Member Million Dollar Advocates Club
- Member Nevada Justice Association