A Different Kind of Lawyer.
For the last decade, I have been practicing law, helping good people fight back and get the justice that they deserve. In that time, I have helped hundreds of people and amassed excellent legal experience.
But in many ways the experience I had before I became a lawyer is more important. Before and during college, I worked in factories, gas stations, retail stores, schools, and restaurants. I was the first in my family to go to college, and I worked my way through – working full-time and attending classes full-time.
After college I worked in social services as a counselor and a guidance counselor. I helped to bring union representation to my workplace. I worked my way through law school as a musician and as a law clerk.
I don’t come from a powerful family and I don’t belong to any country clubs. I know what it means to struggle. I know how to work hard. I am passionate about my job – to empower people like you, help you understand your rights, and help you stand up and fight if necessary.
Please explore my website. You will find information – dozens of articles that I have written about the areas of law in which I practice:
Personal Injury Law, Employment Law, and Immigration Law, as well as some free publications. To the right is a short video about why I became a lawyer, and below that there are dozens of articles and an opportunity to subscribe to my newsletter for free.
Please look around, and take some time to learn about your rights and how I may be able to help you.
If you have a question call me at (570) 824-3088 or send me an email using the form on the right.