Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background:
I grew up a son of two 100% disabled military veterans. Due to their service, I has lived all across the United States and abroad. I was born in Germany and have lived in Colorado, Ohio, Nebraska, Nevada, but considers home the small town of Green Sea, South Carolina.
After witnessing my parents struggles with their disabled status, I always knew I wanted to help others. After graduating with duel degrees in Political Science and Psychology, I went on to Georgia State University College of law to pursue my passion to be an advocate for others without a voice. While in school, I worked with various personal injury and accident firms, took part in a bankruptcy clinic assisting those who found themselves in difficult financial times, and worked with a division of Fulton County’s Public Defender’s Office.
Since graduating law school Cum Laude, I’ve worked exclusively assisting individuals injured by the negligence of others. My practice focuses on litigation and pursuing better results through the Civil Justice System when the insurance companies fail to adequately address substantial nature of the injuries sustained by my clients. In my time in practice, I’ve tried tens of bench trials and multiple jury trials to verdict, ensuring my client’s are properly compensated for their injuries.
Tell us something you like to do when you are not at work:
While not at work, I enjoys spending time with my wife, making lasting memories with friends and golf. Another passion of mine is exercise. Whether it be running, weight lifting, or yoga, I enjoy staying active for both physical and mental health.
Do you have any pets? If so, tell us a little about them:
I love animals but I don’t have any at the moment.
Tell us something exciting about you that not many people know:
I am the first person in my entire family to obtain a college degree, let alone go to law school.