To chase, follow or take legal action against someone or something etc in order to catch them, attack them or to get a legal remedy etc.
In a market saturated with lawyers, finding a well-intentioned attorney who strives to make a positive difference is like finding a diamond in the rough. Personal Injury Attorney, A.J. Mitchell, who was nominated and accepted into the National Top 40, Under 40 Attorneys, and has secured results for his clients in excess of seven figures, holds these values at the core of his business. When it comes time to hire an attorney, you want an attorney who has a proven track record of winning for his clients and understands first-hand what you’re going through. A.J. Mitchell assists his clients in navigating the often complex legal waters that exist in virtually any claim and ensures that his clients have everything they need when seeking a resolution or preparing for trial. Mitchell graduated with high honors from the University of Florida in 1998 with a degree in finance. He went directly on to law school at California Western School of Law, where he received a scholarship and earned a position on the trial team. Mitchell began practicing personal injury law after losing his own sister to a trucking accident some years ago. With an in-depth understanding of the emotional and logistical challenges that occur with injury clients, shortly after his own family tragedy, he opened his own practice focusing primarily on personal injury law. “I like to make a difference in people’s lives,” said Mitchell. Realizing that the typical person doesn’t possess the skill set to know all the ins and outs of the legal system after an injury, Mitchell embraces the chance to apply his expertise, work as an advocate, and protect his clients from pitfalls that can often occur during such a delicate time. In many cases, battling a large insurance company is a daunting task. “It’s a David versus Goliath battle every time,” explained Mitchell. “After a client has been injured and before a client hires an attorney, the insurance company attempts to get a statement immediately. View More ›
J.D. (1998) | Law
B.S. (1998) | Business/Economics