“When I first entered this area of law, I was really attracted to the investigative aspects involved,” explains Kane, “and seeing the positive effect that you could have on a person’s life, including their family and the people around them that attracted me to acting for injured persons.”
“I have seen the devastating impact an injury can have on a person and the people around them. It often effects most, if not all aspects of a person’s life including their emotional wellbeing, their relationships, financial difficulty and also socially, particularly when they are injured through no fault of their own.
It is important that we are able to make things right and work to ensure our clients receive the maximum amount of compensation possible to hopefully assist in some way to get their life back on track after an injury.”
“To me, I am really proud to reflect and see the effect that the work our firm does for the people of our community. Achieving a great outcome for our clients, and then seeing the flow on affect that can have on a person’s life, their family and those around them is something that always means so much to me.”
“Being able to assist people at an extremely vulnerable and often anxious point in their life after having been injured through no fault of their own.”
“We pride ourselves on being accessible to our clients, responsive and easily contactable. We are experts in the areas in which we practice, including compensation law, and a client’s case will be handled from start to finish by a lawyer but without the primary fee structure being based on an hourly rate as we believe that fee structure rewards inefficiency. Essentially, a client is dealing with a lawyer or a person and not a brand.
We really are different, and it is this difference that keeps people partnering with us as their needs change and shift throughout their life.”
Original article from Peninsula Life magazine