The “Three C’s” of The TRIPP LAW FIRM
CHARACTER – You have to be able to trust your lawyer; you have a right to expect your lawyer to make a commitment to your case and then work hard for the best possible outcome. You should expect your lawyer to always be open and honest with you. What Is Character? Character is the inward motivation to do what is right according to the highest standards of behavior in every situation. Character consists of the stable and distinctive qualities built into an individual’s life that determine his or her responses, regardless of the circumstances. Character is the wise response to the pressure of a difficult situation and what we do when we think that no one is watching. It is the predictor of good behavior.
COMPETENCE – Of course, your lawyer has to know what he is doing. This means knowing the relevant law, being able to persuasively present your case to the insurance adjuster, claims attorney, mediator, or before the judge and jury. Your lawyer should make the most out of the resources available to provide effective representation and present your case with the latest technology. Some lawyers choose to limit their practices so they may concentrate on providing the best possible representation. This is what we have done at the TRIPP LAW FIRM. We only represent injured people and their families. We do not represent insurance companies and never will. That is why we do not practice bankruptcy law, family (divorce) law, real estate law, etc. Our FOCUS is on PERSONAL INJURY LAW!
COMPASSION – Compassion may seem like an odd quality to emphasize. When a person has a serious personal injury, the impact goes far beyond the injury. The injury may affect his family, finances and the injury sustained may a life changing event. To be effective, his lawyer should always treat him (and those who care about him) with dignity and respect guiding him through the road to recovery. Attorney G. Alan Tripp, Jr., will handle your personal injury case “with eyes of compassion.”
Choosing a lawyer to represent you or someone you care about in a personal injury case is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Remembering the “Three C’s” is the best way we can think of to earn your trust. We are available 24 hours a day for an immediate injury case evaluation. Call us TOLL-FREE at (888) 392-LAWS (5297).