At Roadrunner Law, we believe that we are nothing without our clients. Our clients come to us during difficult and often dark times in their lives. They have just been injured, or they have just lost someone they love because someone else was negligent, careless, or reckless. They are in pain; they are struggling financially; they are grieving. Part of what we do for our clients is to recover as much money as possible to pay them for the pain and suffering they’ve had to endure due to their injuries. But we have come to understand over the course of our careers that the money is only part of our role in the civil justice system. The money is the legal remedy, but as attorneys, we have the power to become strong and effective advocates for our clients in a variety of ways not just inside the courtroom. We stand by our clients’ sides through their cases, and we build their cases into the strongest possible recoveries. But we also have unique access to other resources that might help our clients recover, physically and emotionally. We know doctors and counselors, and non-profit organizations and charities. We can help our clients reach out to their legislators when laws need to be reviewed or changed. And, perhaps most importantly, we can be human beings when our clients need us most. We will listen and empathize while fighting aggressively to help you win your case.