Did you know there is a difference between being lucky and fortunate? At Judd Shaw Injury Law, we don’t rely on luck—our legal team strategizes at all stages to set our clients up for the best possible outcome. We believe our clients are fortunate to have excellent counsel and a strong legal team in their corner.
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up and the “luck of the Irish,” we’re focusing this blog on the difference between luck and fortune. Whenever we win big at the casino, we have luck to thank. Many of us are lucky to be born into loving families and good genes. Luck plays a part in playing the lottery, having your flight take off on time without delays, enjoying perfect weather during pre-planned vacation, and other times when things are beyond your control and happen by chance.
However, there is no such thing as luck in the courtroom. Winning a case, getting the money you deserve, and securing the justice you deserve have nothing to do with luck or chance. Our dedicated attorneys work tirelessly to ensure that our clients are set up for success. While someone may say to us, “Good luck at trial,” we think to ourselves, “We don’t need luck on our side.”
It’s easy to say someone got lucky or was in the right place at the right time in order to become successful, but the reality is that luck played no part of the outcome. Our attorneys work very hard to put themselves in a position where they have the opportunity for fortunate outcomes. Rather than rely on luck, make sure you hire an attorney qualified in the area of personal injury with an emphasis on the type of accident involved.
If you or someone you know is injured, don’t hesitate to contact us at 732-888-8888. When you choose Judd Shaw Injury Law, you won’t need luck. Our legal team will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve. So, get lucky fortunate. Demand Justice, Demand Judd.