Webster’s defines honesty as “fairness and straightforwardness of conduct, calling for honesty, adherence to the facts”. In personal injury honesty matters more than most will ever know.
Being honest with the clients and doctors I work with creates relationships based on trust. Relationships based on trust go a long way. Being honest with opposing counsel and being a man of my word saves everyone a lot of time and money. This level of honesty benefits my client in the long run. When opposing counsel knows my reputation for honesty and trusts me they believe me when I tell them we have evidence to justify what we’re asking for.
When I interact with a lawyer I don’t trust or one who has intentionally lied to me I don’t believe what they say. When this happens, and it happens more often than it should it creates more work and delay for everyone. I’ve spent my career in the pursuit of justice for those I serve. While this may sound like a catch phrase you should also know those who have worked with me have learned to rely on it. Opposing counsel and insurance companies appreciate honesty and ethics and as a result my words have substance. They know I don’t represent everyone.
I represent people who are injured because of the careless and reckless acts of others. At the end of the day your case can only be settled one time and you need to know all of the facts beforehand. The reason that insurance companies have paid our clients in excess of $130,000,000.00 is that we get the facts and are not intimidated at the prospect of going to trial when they refuse to follow the law. We help with serious issues that require serious representation. We are the Law Offices of Guenard & Bozarth. We have over 80 years of experience in our plaintiff’s only law firm. Call GB Legal 24/7/365 at 888-809-1075 or visit www.gblegal.com We Can Help!