October 1, 2012
RE: Anthony McMullin
The purpose of this letter is my testimony for the excellent legal representation that was provided by McMullin Injury Law, Anthony and his staff with a very special thanks to Kacee.
A friend referred me to Anthony McMullin after he became aware of issues I continued to have a year after surgery. I was injured in a work accident in April 2011 requiring surgeries on both knees. I was unable to return to work because of pain and changes due to the accident. I hesitated to seek legal advice because I refused to take on the roll of “victim.”
On May 25, 2012 I had a conversation Anthony McMullin, which revealed that I was struggling with intense pain. I had followed the surgeon’s regiment of cortisone injections, physical therapy and pain medicine with no relief. Twelve months had past and I became frustrated and unable to walk without severe pain (mostly in my right knee). I fought with spiritual integrity whether to proceed until Anthony shared his wisdom, experience and explained the position of the law for injured workers. At that time, I was unable to drive. Anthony agreed to meet at my home and reviewed the documents that I made available. It was easy for me to begin a trust relationship with him because he represented all the characteristics (communication, prompt response to questions, social grace, respect for my views and concerns, and infinite knowledge of the law.)
Suffice to say that my issues were more than legal they contained a spiritual journey, which Anthony understood. I did not want to take my issues to trial. Frankly, I did not have the energy. I let go of all my concerns, and trusted that the legal team would serve me with integrity and professionalism.
Five months after our first phone conversation my case was settled out of court. This speaks volumes of excellent legal representation.
My heart is full of gratitude and appreciation to McMullin Injury Law for serving my legal needs. I can say without reservation, referring McMullin Injury Law is an honor and a privilege.
I remain appreciative and respectful with kind regards,