An attorney has to be a great story-teller. We're going to be telling your story.
This involves getting the details right, and explaining them clearly.
Sometimes it involves showing images of a wrecked car or truck, or getting a photo of the intersection or job site where it happened.
Sometimes a neurologist or therapist has to help tell the story.
Sometimes a family member. A mediator, a judge, a jury may need to hear the story from different perspectives. One needs to see medical records. Another needs to hear the testimony of a wife or best friend.
Our job isn't to stretch the facts to fit - it's to help people understand what happened and how it affects you.