The National Law Review on Oct. 7, 2015, published an article by Steve Fretzin on “To Specialize or Not to Specialize.” In that article, a client of Clifford Law Offices was quoted as saying:
“#1. You need to be the best at what you do.
Whether you are a litigator or an estate-planning attorney, nothing is more important than being skilled at your craft. … A good example of this occurred when I was badly injured in a plane crash back in 1996. That’s right, I survived a plane crash. During my recovery from looking like a human pretzel, my father, a now retired attorney, put me on the phone with Bob Clifford of Clifford Law Offices. He chose Bob Clifford because he is well branded as the leader in aviation and personal injury litigation. We didn’t speak to any other law firms because who could possibly be better?”