People who have been hurt in an accident often find their lives have been turned upside down through no fault of their own.
Often, the person or company responsible has far more power and will try to use their resources to stop accident victims from asserting their legal rights. Fighting day in and day out for people who need help is what Robert loves the most about being an attorney.
Robert has always wanted to be an advocate. Throughout high school, he devoted countless weekends and afternoons to his debate team, winning tournaments and speaker awards in the process. Robert carried that passion for advocacy into law school. During the Campbell Moot Court Competition, Robert led his team to an overall tournament victory and the best brief award. A panel of federal judges selected Robert as the Most Outstanding Advocate in the final round. During the Jessup International Moot Court Competition, Robert beat seventy-seven other speakers to win the award for best speaker in the South Regional. For his accomplishments in advocacy, Robert was admitted to the Order of Barristers.
Now Robert uses his passion for advocacy to help people who have suffered catastrophic injuries. Drawing on his public speaking experience, as well as his experience clerking for trial court judges in Alabama, Robert has gotten results for his clients in all phases of litigation, including trials and appeals.