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The Best Part of Being a Vancouver Personal Injury Lawyer

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
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Personal Injury Lawyer at McComb Witten Marcoux

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Why would anyone become a personal injury lawyer?

The long hours.

Having to cajole, push, debate and scrap with ICBC's lawyers and adjuster.

Spending alot of your time with people who are emotionally raw and on edge.

Admittedly it's not an easy job.

But what about the stories?

Not fantasy or fiction.

But the stories of how everyday people live their lives.

Their experiences, challeges, victories and defeats.

No movie, soap opera or novel can come close to replicating the lives of real people.

And those real people are my clients.

They trust me with the details of  their private lives, family history, personal relationships and values.

My clients confide in me. They trust me with secrets that they haven't shared with even their own husbands/wives.

They open their hearts to me.

It's an unbelieveable feeling to have a person put so much faith in you.

It's a great privilege and a humbling responsiblity.

There aren't many lines of work where you can enjoy the type of relationships that I have with my clients.

But don't get the wrong idea.

I don't enter into these relationships with my clients merely for my own personal satisfaction.

There's a much more important underlying reason.

You see, if a personal injury lawyer is going to guide some one. To aid them in making the most appropriate choices for themselves.

Well, that personal injury lawyer REALLY needs to know and understand who their client is.

And their's alot more to understanding a client than merely understanding their case.

Jeff Witten

McComb Witten Personal Injury Lawyers


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