As passionate as I was about my career, law school was a tough time for me.
I was broke. When I wasn’t studying, I took on odd jobs and donated plasma at the blood bank. Those years taught me that I needed to play the hand I had been dealt and build from there.
Throughout my 40 years of experience with injury cases, I have learned the ways of insurance companies and rail carriers. I understand how frustrating it is to realize that insurance company systems are set up to minimize claim costs, rather than help injured people.
And the truth is: There is no “magic bullet” to getting a client a great result in an injury case – whether by settlement or in a courtroom. It all comes down to experience, hard work, and trust.
That’s what Kevin Camp and I have worked to build with Roven Camp.
In every case, there is a moment when our client realizes that all is not lost and that there is actually a path forward.
Our job as personal injury attorneys is to help them see that path, and bring the map into focus.