Before I went to law school I completed medical school and I completed an internship, and I’m a licensed physician, which makes me a medical doctor. And that has been one of the most important things that I have done in my life and in my career because it helped tremendously in the career path that I have chosen in handling military and veterans medical malpractice cases.
Because I am a physician, I am able to pick up a set of medical records and I can read and understand what’s in the medical records. Non-physicians may not be able to do that. And as a result, I may not have to send out a set of records to an outside physician to look at and wait for them to tell me what’s in the medical records.