I was in a motorcycle accident when I was 26. I lost part of my leg because the other driver was texting, but it wasn’t illegal yet, and on paper, my case was not one a law firm should pursue. No one thought I had a case except Sean. Two other law firms turned me down. And the difference between Sean’s law firm and the others is that Sean doesn’t shrink from hard work. Because my case wasn’t easy.
I was not in good shape when I met Sean. I was in debt from the accident, I had lost my job, my credit was shot, I had one month left on the statute of limitations, and I was the least trusting person you ever met. I trusted nobody. Yet for some reason, when I met him, I knew I could trust Sean because he talked straight to me. He will not B.S. you. He will look at you as a human being with a need, not a dollar sign. If he says he can help you, he will. And if he says he can’t, he’ll find someone for you who can.
“He’s a bulldog when you need one
and he’s a friend.”
And if he takes your case, you’re lucky. First of all, he’s really smart. That’s paramount in law, understanding cases, how they relate, having the brain power and the resources to reach out and use those things to your advantage. I wouldn’t want a stupid lawyer to represent me. You don’t want a stupid lawyer to represent you, either.
And second, he’s a bulldog. I needed someone who would fight for me and wouldn’t give up until he tracked down the witnesses, found the missing information, filled in all the holes and we won. The financials that came out of the settlement got me back on my feet. I paid off my debt, fixed my credit, and put my life back together. Sean helped me rebuild.
I’ve always believed that success comes to those who work hard, those who out work the competition. And Sean is the mirror image of me, taking something from nothing in a tight timeframe and stopping at nothing to make it happen. He’s a bulldog when you need one and he’s also a friend. I never thought I’d be friends with my lawyer, but Sean fought for me to get a sense of fairness back in my life and it was inspiring. I’ve considered going to law school someday just to help people who need it like I did, to help people like Sean helped me. He’s a great dude and I can’t speak highly enough of the interaction we’ve had.