- Current or Former Co-Worker/Colleague
I have known Preston for most of his life. I have practiced law with him since he became an attorney in 2007.
- Same Client
Preston and I have teamed up on numerous cases to represent our clients.
I have worked with Preston on numerous litigation cases since 2007 when he became a lawyer. We have successfully tried several cases to verdict together as a team and achieved outstanding results for our clients.
Preston is an effective advocate/counselor. He is an honest man who puts the client first and above all other concerns. He gives honest and frank advice to our clients. As an advocate, he is zealous and formidable in the courtroom. I have seen him in action during jury trials, and he is highly effective in his knowledge of the law and in his courtroom presentation.
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Preston's legal knowledge is excellent. He stays abreast of current developments and trends in the law, including new case law. Preston's knowledge of Personal Injury law and the Rules of Civil Procedure is encyclopedic. He is very impressive.
Personal Injury law oftentimes presents complex legal issues that need to be mapped out and worked through in writing and during oral arguments. There can be divergences in the law that pose difficulties during a case. Preston has honed his skills in legal analysis and has been highly effective in courtroom presentation of complex issues, such as motions for summary judgment.
Preston is an excellent communicator with clients, opposing counsel, and the judiciary. Medical knowledge is a necessity to be successful in Personal Injury cases. Preston has become a successful communicator in not just legal issues, but also medical issues. This is apparent when he deposes a treating physician or a defense doctor.
Preston is an honest and ethical practitioner of the law. He treats opposing counsel, opposing parties, the insurance adjusters, and the judiciary with respect.
I would recommend Preston for any matter involving a personal injury caused by negligence.
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