Dedication has proved to be of great importance when pursuing your career path in life. As for Jeff Herman, he is a lawyer who is well versed in the field of law. Since lawyers take different paths even when it comes to the clients they represent, the likes of Jeff Herman decided to represent child abuse victims. By representing child abuse victims for over two decades, Jeff Herman has built a name for himself in the society as being among the leading attorneys who advocate for the rights of child abuse victims.
Herman Law comes into being.
Back in 1997, Jeff Herman was an attorney who always availed his services to business entities. However, that came to an end after he took part in his first child abuse case. His first child abuse case entailed a four-year-old child being defiled by an employee at the school. Jeff Herman is a sympathetic man, and he felt that he had to take this case with the sole aim of ensuring that justice is served. Moments after taking the child abuse case, Jeff Herman came to note that many other people have been victims of such but they choose to stay silent about it. Such an act is quite shameful, and it leaves emotional scars. As a result, people suffer in silence while trying to avoid the shame that grips them after being victims of such. To come clean after being a victim of such takes lots of courage. Nevertheless, Jeff Herman has dedicated himself towards advocating for the rights of any person who has succumbed to child abuse.
How Jeff Herman Wins the Child Abuse Cases
Such a fight cannot be fought by one man. As a result, Jeff Herman saw it fit to come up with Herman Law. Through the aid of his counterparts at Herman Law, Jeff Herman always has a strong team behind him, and through joint efforts, they are still able to win any case in court regarding the child abuse victims that they represent in court. By carrying out proper research concerning each case, Jeff Herman and his team at Herman Law have always been a step ahead by presenting facts that always come in handy while winning each client’s case in the courtroom.