Officer Kevin Enderle reveals why everyone at his precinct loves Andy.

Kevin's police car was T-boned in broad daylight. The crash tore open a joint in his back. At around 3 weeks, it got really bad – and then worse. That's when he called Andy.

I couldn't work the street anymore. Couldn't work overtime. The bills were piling up, I was losing weight, and worrying constantly. How would I pay for college for my daughters?

A friend said “Andy’s your guy,” so I called him. Andy drove straight to my house, sat down with my wife and I, and carefully explained what goes into a successful claim - his role, and mine. Then he promised to make sure we stayed whole financially. And he did.

Andy starts his day at 6:30. His work ethic is just phenomenal. As a police officer, I deal with lots of attorneys. Andy is one of the best, most compassionate lawyers I’ve ever met.  It’s not just dollars and cents with him. When Andy represents you, he worries about you.

When insurance companies try to push things off, Andy’s got all his ducks in a row. He’s incredibly competent and well-organized. He just hammers them until he works out a really good deal for you.

The guys at my precinct all love Andy. He’s a great lawyer who treats people with integrity. He has great relationships with the judges too. Trust me, that means something. Not that he gets favors. He’s just that highly respected.

The man who hit me had very little insurance.  But Andy worked his magic. First, he negotiated a hefty settlement from my insurance company. Then, he went after the uninsured motorist. And THEN, he worked a deal with Workman’s Comp. Andy did such a phenomenal job, he got me more than twice what I expected.

Here's something Andy won't tell you: 99% of lawyers leave the legal expenses like investigators and expert witnesses for the client to pay. Not Andy. He takes his fee AFTER all the bills are paid. That means less for him, more for you. He’s just a really good guy who I am forever indebted to.

I’ve referred a number of friends to Andy. I’ve heard nothing but raves.

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