Tenacity & Perseverance are My Trademark

- When a client was found in a shed with 1,000 lbs. of marijuana, I argued that there was an illegal search. The federal court jury found him guilty; I appealed twice and got the case reversed on the basis of an illegal search.

- When a jury acquitted a gun company from defectively designing and manufacturing a pistol, I appealed, got a reversal and then received a favorable settlement.

- When a child was injured in a childcare center and the judge dismissed the case, I appealed, got a reversal and then favorably settled the case.

- When a young mother died when she was not diagnosed with a brain aneurysm and I lost the trial, I appealed, got the case reversed and received a favorable settlement.

- When a jury found that a food store was not negligent when a woman tripped over a tarp at a display counter, I appealed, got a reversal and made law which is now standard in Arizona slip and fall jury instructions.

- When a judge dismissed 87 plaintiffs in mold case concluding that it wanted to believe experts who said mold doesn’t cause serious injuries, I appealed and got a reversal in this 10 year old case which is now presently back in court for a trial.

- Stick-to-it-ness and unwillingness to accept an unfair outcome are my trademarks.