This is who our mascot is:
The mascot shares a common enemy with our clients. Their enemies are the insurance companies, the other side's insurance adjustors and the other side's attorneys.
By working with any other attorney, and not our guy, client's miss out on an experience of being protected from the insurance companies.
Client's have 3 questions. They are:
1. Why now?
2. Why is it important?
3. Why you?
The answers are:
Why now? Because if you decide to wait to hire an attorney the insurance company will do things to ruin your chances of getting the monetary award that you deserve. Often times clients learn these mistakes once it is too late. The attorney can protect them against the insurance company and the other attorneys.
Why is it important? There are many reasons here. The most obvious is that the client needs to receive justice. Our clients are injured because someone else was negligent and careless. Their life is forever changed, or taken, because of something they had no control over. The monetary award helps them to cover medical expenses and future care. The justice aspect is what keeps our communities safe and it keeps these tragic events from happening again to someone else. Laws and rules are passed in direct response to lawsuits. Our clients have died because of being abused in a nursing home. Our clients have suffered traumatic brain injuries because an employer didn't provide a safe work environment. Our client's have lost newborn babies because a staff member wasn't given the proper equipment to use in the hospital because of budget cuts. The insurance companies are taught to reject every single claim.... no matter what.
Why you? This is very important. How we are different than all the other attorneys:
-A huge percentage of attorneys are actually afraid to go to trial and they prefer to settle before this happens. We aren't afraid of going to trial.
-Many law firms are a mill. They take hundreds of cases. The client is a number. There is no customer service. The firm churns through cases as fast as possible just to make money. We are a boutique law firm. We only take cases that are special to us. We get to know our clients. We treat them like family. We learn their story and we tell that story in trial to a panel of jurors.
-We are organized and efficient. Our law firm is staffed with people who make up a very special team. We all work together to ensure the best results. If a case doesn't have clear liability or has issues we will get it settled asap to avoid the trauma of unnecessary litigation or work on the client's end.
-We are not just the middleman between the client and the insurance company. Our clients are treated differently when they hire us because we have a reputation with insurance adjustors and other attorneys.
He isn't like all the other mediocre attorneys who are afraid of trial.
I think that he is approachable. He is a beast in the courtroom but in society he is well-loved (basing this on my husband, Case). Since we are targeting past, present, and potential clients we definitely want him feel comfortable, approachable, funny, but like he could slay for them. We also always have to remember that jurors can find anything on the internet. So we don't want someone to see a bad message... ever.
He is a personal injury attorney. His hobbies include wrangling his wild children, being dominated by his pets, drinking coffee at 10 pm and working all night, reading legal books that would make the rest of the world fall asleep, shazaming music and making play lists, cooking pancakes, making up stories about dragons to help his toddler fall asleep, bbq'ing, eating pizza, traveling, visiting the beach, mastering the 5 minute cat nap and listening to acoustic guitar.
We are a personal injury law firm located in southern California. We specialize in brain injuries, auto accidents, premises liability, elder abuse and other types of accidents. Our target audience consists of people who have been injured in an accident. We represent the injured parties and fight for monetary awards for their injuries against insurance companies.