Here we stand, my client and I against these massive companies who hire huge law firms and pay out heavy costs to do there best to defeat our claims. The lobbyist, the judiciary, and many times even the public favors these companies and corporations, so its an uphill battle to right so many unseen wrongs.
When a mother calls you to tell you her child has been injured or killed. You think about your children, your nieces, your nephews, and the voice they do not have and would need.
When a lady comes to you and tells you she has been sexually harassed by a supervisor or multiple men at work, you think about your mother, your sister, your nieces.
When a man comes to you and tells you that he has been terminated for standing up against racism at a company where he has worked for nearly twenty years, you think about the loyalty and duty you carried while serving in the U.S. Army and how those years mean something to him and his family.
Each call presents a new challenge, and although the odds are stacked against you, you get up, put on a crisp shirt, fasten on a bowtie and go file a claim against the corporation or company. Not because its easy, not because its fun, but because its the right thing to do.