Tyler Church, Attorney at Altman & Altman, sits down with The Morgan Connection to talk about his career path as an attorney, and explains why he partners with Morgan & Morgan on Mass Tort Cases
1. Why did you become an attorney?
I originally became an attorney because of an experience that I had in undergraduate where a real estate company was bullying us into paying for something that was not rentable. We had to hire an attorney to get out of the situation and were totally lost without his guidance. I knew then that I wanted to be that person who can help someone when they are facing something that seems insurmountable to them at the time.
2. What drew you to your practice area?
Very similar to the reason that I became an attorney, I wanted to help those who needed help the most. Having worked in the medical field and seeing first hand the trauma and difficulty one faces when involved in a motor vehicle crash or due to the negligence of an individual or corporation, it was an easy choice to know that I could be in the corner and advocate for those who might not have someone fighting for them.
3. Why would you refer a case to Morgan & Morgan?
I would refer a case to Morgan & Morgan because they share the same core values and I know that when I send a case to Morgan & Morgan, the client will be getting a great team that cares about them as much as I do, and will stop at nothing until that client gets the justice that they deserve.
4. What has been your experience working with Morgan & Morgan?
My experience has been tremendous working with the team at Morgan & Morgan, they are thoughtful and thorough from their call center to their litigation teams.
5. What would you say to attorneys who haven’t yet referred cases to Morgan & Morgan?
I would just ask them why? Maybe they are afraid of sending a case to a “big” firm because they think it will just get lost in the shuffle. This is completely inaccurate from my perspective and experience, so I would challenge them to send one knowing that they will soon realize the same things that I do.