What makes Abbott Law Group different?
Hopefully, me in that I’ve always felt a very strong commitment to anybody I agree to represent legally, and to get them through the legal system and to get them the help that they need. I’ve always believed that you should not practice law in an assembly line manner that every case is important and that when you get ready to go to trial, your client deserves the absolute best that you have. When we get ready to go to trial and we tell everybody this when we sign them up so they’ll understand that when we go to trial, all we do is that person for probably two and a half to three weeks before our trial team is pushing to be sure that all of our Ts are crossed and all of our Is are dotted and everything can be done, and when that case has been done before we walk in the courtroom. We’ve never wanted to or are gonna be a large firm. We have four lawyers, we have paralegals, we have a full-time legal nurse who’s also a trial consultant. Most small firms don’t have a legal nurse.
If you’re doing medical negligence cases, you’ve got to have a legal nurse for you working full-time to prepare you properly to win that case. So we’ve been small but effective. Most of our business comes from former clients or other lawyers who don’t do complex litigation like medical negligence, so we’ve been successful and that’s our place in the legal world.