Train Strikes Pickup Truck Killing The Father Of Four Young ChildrenI looked for a lawyer that would handle my ex husbands train accident. I was striking out all over, tell we found Tina. She took on our case and in doing that It was a hard case. She battled the BNSF Railroad. She never once gave up on us. She kept us informed and always returned our calls. Tina was always there to tell us what is going on never once bet around the bush she was up front and honest with us. Tina has went above and beyond what a lawyer should do in our eyes. If you need a hard working Firm to take your case Tina & Larry are the people you should be calling. Thank you so much what you have done for our family Tina. God Bless.
Patient Suffers Serious Reaction To Flu Vaccine Resulting In DeathTina handled my case in a professional manner and regularly provided me with updates. Having a limited knowledge of the legal environment, I trusted her completely and appreciated the time she took to explain the hurdles and processes involved. The outcome was in my favor, and I am deeply grateful for her services!
Patient Dies When Physician Negligently Ignores Signs Of Impending Stroke And Diagnosis Carpal Tunnel SyndromeMy medical malpractice case is not completed, but I am totally satisfied with Larry Wall’s services to date. Larry appears to be very knowlegable and thorough and honest. I feel he is serving my best interests.
Carrie Jimenez & Family
Patient Dies As A Result Of Her Physicians Negligent Prescribing PracticesMy name is Ken Roberts and I am writing this letter to describe my experience with Larry Wall. In the beginning I had called numerous local lawyers only to be turned away when they heard the name Dr. Stephen Schneider. I could not understand why it was so hard just to get someone to hear my story. I started to get the impression that everyone was scared of this man or they were scared of losing. It wasn't until I was about to quit my search that I stumbled across Larry's phone number. When I called, I explained to Larry my frustration with trying to speak to other law firms. I then proceeded with my story and about into my third sentence he interrupted me. He then asked me if this has anything to do with Dr. Schneider and the allegations that were being brought forward by families. Reluctantly I said, "Yes", thinking that our conversation had just now ended, but surprisingly Larry told me we needed to speak in person as soon as possible. From start to finish, the entire process was taking a toll on me physically and mentally. I had lost a father to cancer, mother, and sister... and I had to go through all of this. When I needed someone to talk to, Larry was there not only as a lawyer, but also as a friend. He was there to pick me up whenever I "stumbled". The more I spoke to him the more i realized how much he took pride in his work and the people he was working for. I know that lawyers hate to lose, but I could tell Larry was one of those guys who really hated to lose. Needless to say that I learned rather quickly that Larry was one of those lawyers who could not be intimidated. He reassured me that there would be justice and that he would be there standing by my side when it was all said and done. As time went on, I noticed that I had started to look up to him not only as a lawyer, but as a father figure as well. My father was a very intelligent man who would do anything to protect his family. I felt like Larry was doing the same, but not just for me.. for everyone. I believe that Larry is one of those lawyers who go above and beyond the call of duty to get the job done. He is part of a dying breed of professionals that we all need to learn from. Furthermore, Larry Wall will be known by my family forever. Til my last breath, I will never forget him and what he did for my family. He did what he said he would set out to do, make sure my voice was heard and my story was known. He protected me like a father and treated me like a son and I will never forget him for that. I feel that I owe him so much more than just the standard, "Thank you". It is my belief that Larry should be honored for all his work, determination, knowledge, skill, wisdom, courage, bravery, and empathy. He truly is a class act.
February 17th. It was a sudden death and very tramatic for our family. We have always been close, and our dad was a special, kind and very caring man. He meant the world to us. Because he died so suddenly and had been at the doctor's office all day the same day, we were concerned that the doctor had sent him home negligently. I turned to your law firm after reading many great reviews on the internet. Larry called today to let us know that in reality the doctor did not do anything that hurt dad and that it was no one's fault. I want you all to know the peace that this has brought to me and will to my family. The peace of knowing that we didn't just let dad die, that it likely would have happened regardless of him being flown to KC, that we can let go of the anger we have held not only with the doctor, but also with ourselves. We no longer have to question "if only we would have done this or that", our dad died and now we can accept this and move on. I will never be able to thank you all enough. Never. You have been so kind and caring. The phone call with Larry was so genuine and full of concern, and even though I'm crying while I write this I am full of thanks to you all. Thank you for the peace you have brought to us. Thank you again. I only wish I could fully express how grateful I am. Sincerely, Holly Chandler