I best describe my approach to litigation as being an even keeled and composed litigator while exhibiting the tenacity of a pit bull. I do not take too kindly to bullies, both adversaries and judges alike, and will go to no end to preseve my client's rights.
While most attorneys practicing personal injury are not given the opportunity to try cases before a jury until they are several years in practice, I tried my first case the day after being admitted to the Bar as an attorney. Within 8 months, I was a member of the million dollar advocates club having achieved a $1.4 million verdict for my client. Since such time, I have grown professionally and have cultivated the skillset of a seasoned trial lawyer with results that speak for themselves.
Aside from acquiring experience and skill, I recognize my innate ability to connect with people. This has undoubtedly given me an edge when it comes to presenting argument and facts to my juries. More succinctly stated, while great doctors possess great "bedside manner", lawyers must exhibit the same qualities. Give me 15 minutes of your time and i am confident you will not need to interview any more lawyers
Seth Fields, Esq.
Bergman, Bergman, Goldberg, Fields & Lamonsoff, LLP
Jan. 1, 2012 -
State University of New York, Albany
Hofstra School of Law
JD - Juris Doctor
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