Why did you become a lawyer? (Tim Galluzzi)

I went to law school because I wanted to do contract work for mixed martial arts athletes. Then I got to law school, and realized that I don’t like doing contract work. It’s way too boring, and I don’t have the attention span to do it.

I’d much rather be in the courtroom, litigating cases. When I was a kid, I competed in chess tournaments. In my late teens and in my 20s, I fought mixed martial arts and competed in professional cage fights. I’ve learned that I’m at my best when I have an opponent. And in a lot of ways, litigation is like chess, or fighting. There is an opponent, and we have to make strategic choices and outwork the other side to win.

As a lawyer, I get to compete on behalf of someone else who needs help. I get to compete on behalf of my clients, who are real people with real problems.  We represent people at CGH, and there is no feeling more rewarding than getting a win for a person who has chosen you to represent them.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident or needs representation in a criminal case, call CGH today at 303-209-9395. Life happens. We can help.

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