Fighting for Families: How They Do It
JACK OF ALL TRADES LAW FIRM, HOW DO THEY DO IT?
How do law those firms do it when they advertise for 25 different specialties? We don’t know either. So, that law firm is a specialist in:
- Aviation Accidents
- Auto Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Construction Injuries
- Death Cases
- Drug Cases
- Disability/Social Security
- Defective Products
- Medical Malpractice
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pharmacy Cases
- Scuba Accidents
- Slip and Falls
- Train Accidents
- Trucking Accidents
Wow, where did that attorney go to school to be a master of all of these different areas of practice? We don’t know either. That list above is an actual list from a law firm, and is only about half of what they claimed to know.
What we can say from experience is that the practice of law is very complex. Laws change every year. Judges make rulings that change how a law is interpreted. This is why we do not aspire to be a jack of all trades—and if you know the rest of that phrase it is—and a master of none.
We often use the analogy of a doctor in these situations. There is not one doctor—at least not one you would want to go to—who does all areas of a medical practice. Can you imagine one doctor saying, I do all of these:
Lasik, Dental, Foot, Heart, Cancer, Dialysis, OB/Gyn, Geriatric, Dermatology, Pediatrics, etc. You would NEVER EVER go to a doctor who claimed to know how to perform all of these various areas. Why would you go to an attorney who claims to be the attorney for you in 30 different areas of law?
We don’t handle Dog bites, Social Security, Aviation, Product Liability cases, etc., nor do we pretend like we do.
If you have one of the following cases, you can trust our 25 years of experience on these specific types of cases.
- Automobile Accident Injuries,
- Boating Accident Injuries,
- Fall Down Injuries,
- Wrongful Death Cases,
- Insurance Denials
Don’t be fooled by someone who claims to know 30 different areas of the law.
We Are Ready To Help You Right Now.