Are you a veteran run firm? Yes we are. ELFPI is run by Michael Ehline. He was a U.S. Marine. He was honorably discharged back in 1989 with service connected disabilities. So he knows the rigors of what injury victims are going through. Ehline used the intangible qualities the Corps helped to develop, in order to become a lawyer with no law degree.
And later, he got a JD from UWLA, even though he has no undergrad. In fact, he is the first and only student to ever graduate from University of West Los Angeles School of Law as a sworn in, practicing California lawyer. Since then, Ehline has gone on to break records in other areas of his practice and in real life.
Ehline joined the Corps. to help others be free. Whether it is the jackboot of oppressive government, or Fortune 500 corporations, ELFPI runs toward the sounds of battle. Overreaching executives and public servants know about our "do or die" attitude.
"The Marines, as well as my dad (also a Marine) taught me to live and fight for causes bigger than myself"
At the end of the day, we make the government, as well as people who put profits over safety pay for their abuse and neglect. Honorably discharged U.S. Marine, Michael Ehline will use its muscle and superior tactics to surmount any obstacle in the pursuit of justice.
Plus, we offer big firm results with small firm service. As discussed, we take on all comers, no matter how large or small their entrenched defense. Michael also helps disabled vets understand law school, and the path to becoming a lawyer. He wants to help you.
Our military training and prowess has helped us since 2005. We want to tell your story in a way that gives you a human face. Our staff of tough, excellent and skillful lawyers has amassed a war-chest of legal briefs, resolved dockets, and industry contacts.
This means we can hire the best and most skilled case experts and investigators to help you win the maximum financial compensation. As discussed, these claims are fact-specific. Because of this, we use our on-site private investigators to take photos and conduct site inspections.
When we present your claim to the court or insurer, we will be prepared to tell your side of the story. That way we can demonstrate to the adjuster that you remain a living, breathing person, rather than a nameless, faceless victim.
They will know about your prior military experience, your charitable work, and everything else. The insurer will also see you are broke, hurt and put out of work by their insured. Next, they will learn the story of how your life is threatened.
And all of this is because of someone's negligence. We also promptly try and interview witnesses within days of the sign-up. After all, the city may make efforts to repair damage, and the witnesses could pass away, or forget important facts for example. With resources and training like this, we are in the poll position to score you a big win. Agreed?