What Lawyers Really Do

So this is where I am suppose to tell all you folks about my million dollar settlement this week. Well I don’t have that story. Instead I am going to tell you about the guy who walked off the street into my office asking for help. He has some health conditions that prevented him from work. He was 55 years of age. He needed some medical help but no money to pay.

He was lost and was living in a small house someone he knew let him move into. He had some disability papers he needed help filling out. He could not read. So I took an hour and helped him fill out the papers. He called my office several more times. Honestly, I did not return the call. He asked the same questions over and over. I think I was the only one that would talk to him. I made a phone call for him when he was in my office to the Medicaid office.I don’t think he knew how.

That was several months ago. He called today to thank me that he has gotten on SSI. He will be getting a check and some insurance. He actually said thank you. He offered to take me to lunch. So i don’t have a million dollar story just a guy who is getting a little help every month so he can live. So for those who think lawyers are all about themselves, I have at least one person in person American that might disagree. This is what lawyers can do.

Author Bio

Consumer Law and Bankruptcy Attorney Serving Magee, Mississippi

Daniel Ware is CEO and Managing Partner of Ware Law Firm, a consumer protection law firm in Magee, MS. With more than 25 years of experience practicing law, he has zealously represented clients in a wide range of legal matters, including identity theft, lemon law, debt collection, and other consumer protection matters.

Daniel received her Juris Doctor from the University of Mississippi School of Law and is a member of the Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association. He has received numerous accolades for her work, including being named among The National Top 100 Trial Lawyers.

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