During my 35 years of practicing law, I had a general law practice which evolved into a more specialized successful personal injury, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, and defective medical device litigation law practice. I had many highly satisfying “Perry Mason” moments in court when I was able to able to get the witness/wrongdoer to break down and tell the truth.
However, I was dissatisfied with my business model, closed my law practice, obtained insurance licenses, developed an expertise in Elder Law, made thousands of new connections, started an internet TV and radio show, and have reinvented myself. Most trial lawyers don’t do elder law, and most elder lawyers don’t do trial law, but I view myself as “The Elder Law Perry Mason.”
Now, I plan estates, draft wills, trusts, and related documents, find clients appropriate insurance policies, and provide clients with skilled representation in court, if necessary.