Prior to my legal career, I served in the Army and was a salesman for some time. After becoming bored with the monotonous routine of the same old, same old I decided to challenge myself and try my hand at law school. As goal-oriented and driven as I am, once I started there was no turning back. Throughout my time in law school, I interned with the Public Defender's office and got to see first-hand the impact I could have by continuing the fight to protect peoples' rights. That time flew by quickly, and before I knew it I had I graduated with my law degree from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego.
I graduated with a law degree in 2008. Remember the economic recession in those times? Law firms were staying lean, and no one was hiring a new attorney. Just as I was starting to get nervous about my new career choice, I was lucky enough to find an opportunity with a personal injury firm that dabbled in some criminal defense work. Growing my experience and expertise in personal injury law, I found a niche I was passionate about and decided to open my own firm to truly do things my way.
Every case deserves a fair shake, and I want to make sure my clients get theirs.