I contracted hepatitis in 2006, and when the outbreak became public, I needed to find a lawyer to represent my interests. And my daughter, who's a lawyer and practices in Los Angeles, did some research and said Mr. Eglet was the best attorney in town.
My wife and I tried very hard not to have expectations. But once the initial trial verdict came in and the jury vindicated everything that we've been trying to put forth about the parties responsible for what happened, it was a very good feeling because we were represented so effectively that this wasn't just going to create justice for me, it was literally going to change the way medicine is practiced. So that what happened to me wouldn't happen to anybody else.
It's like family, and when you're a client here, you become a part of the family. My wife and I have taken to calling Mr. Eglet and his partners the A-Team. And when they roll over the hill on your behalf, you know that something's gonna get done. It's everybody in the firm, from the assistants to the lawyers who are doing a lot of the grunt work in terms of research, up to Mr. Eglet and his partners who are actually working before the jury. They work together as a team, and they're very effective because of that.
I think anybody who has been severely injured, one way or another and is looking for justice, would do very well to contact this law firm.