VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: Why did I become an attorney? That’s a question I’m often asked. I’ll tell you honestly. My father was a policeman, and when I was in college—and I was trying to figure out what I was going to do with my life—one day at dinner he said to me: What are you going to do after you graduate? I said: I don’t know, Dad. My father was a man of few words. If you had to cast an Irish cop in a movie, it’d be him. And he looked at me, and he said: I deal with these lawyers all the time. They’re the dumbest sons of guns in the world. You’re pretty smart. You talk well. Why don’t you go to law school? It hit me — my dad’s right. I took his advice, and that’s why I became an attorney. Why I chose to handle personal injury matters is my upbringing. I was always in a blue-collar family.
I was always working class, and I always looked at people that had more resources and better things than I had. That’s why I started representing people that were injured against these insurance companies. I’ll be honest. I don’t like insurance companies. They take advantage of people, and they use their size and their wealth to bully people into doing things that they shouldn’t do. That’s why I’m proud to represent individuals that are injured in accidents. Call me today. I’d be happy to talk about your case. Visit jimforjustice.com or call me at 833-JIMFORJUSTICE.