Lee achieved a Bachelor of Science degree with Magna Cum Laude honors in Political Science from Brigham Young University in 1981. Subsequently, he obtained a Juris Doctorate from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 1985.
After graduating from law school, Lee was admitted to the Nevada State Bar in 1985 and the Arizona State Bar in 1986. He practiced law in Las Vegas, Nevada for two years before moving to Mesa, Arizona with his wife and two children. Over the years, Lee decided to focus his practice on personal injury cases.
I did not always want to be a personal injury attorney but I am satisfied that I chose this line of work. Many years ago when I first started practicing law, I thought I wanted to work for a law firm that represented large insurance companies. However, as I gained experience in the legal field I saw that insurance companies often obtained unfair results in their favor in legal cases because they had greater financial resources. Many people simply could not afford to hire a lawyer to pursue their claims.
However, personal injury cases are handled by injury lawyers on a contingency fee basis (not hourly). This offers many individuals the ability to hire a lawyer because they do not have to pay money out of pocket. And, the lawyer only gets paid if he/she wins.
I love this concept and the fact that it allows people, injured by the neglect of others (who have insurance company attorneys representing them), to have a chance to recover fair compensation for their injuries. The system allows for a more level playing field and enables lawyers, like myself, to be able to help injured victims even if they have no money.
Lee’s clients are not just cases; they are individuals with unique needs, concerns, and stories. Your well-being and satisfaction are his foremost priorities, and he is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome for you.