Sherman Oaks, CA (PressExposure) September 15, 2008 -- Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney David Drexler was featured in the July 10th, 2008 issue of LawyersandSettlements.com, a national online legal publication. In an article titled âDavid Drexler: Clients for Life â A Big City Lawyer with a Small Town Approach,â written by Brenda Craig, Drexler reflects on this philosophy which underlies his Personal Injury Law practice. His clients, according to Drexler, are more than just clients but are relationships as important and intimate as any.
âThese are relationships I take seriously,â says Drexler. âI take on a case for someone whose life has been turned upside down, we fight the good fight and whether or not we win, we emerge from it with a closer relationship than we had when they first walked into the office. You get to know people. They get to know you. They see that Iâm passionate about their case. I canât win cases in a courtroom without being passionate â¦ without showing a bit of my own heart.â
But winning is what David Drexler does. Aside from winning tens of millions of dollars for his Los Angeles Personal Injury clients, how does he engender the kind of loyalty that brings clients back after thirty years to drop off tamales at his office? Craig concludes that Drexlerâs own background holds the key to his relationship with the people he assists. â[Clients] drop in unannounced,â Drexler relates. âThey call when problems occur, they know we are not going to charge them for advice and counsel.â This philosophy may seem at odds with the stereotyped, greedy world of billable hours so often associated with personal injury attorneys, but Drexlerâs motivation to practice law has never been about money. His motivation is to fight for justice for people who are denied justice.
Drexler is the son of a holocaust survivor. His mother lived through Auschwitz in the Second World War and Drexler has made it his mission to help the underdog. He represents individuals who have been victimized. From Dog Bites, to Car Accidents, to Medical and Legal Malpractice, this is the niche Drexler has carved out for himself. âPersonal Injury Lawyers have earned a bad rap of being fast buck artists,â says Drexler, âgetting in and out fast and milking the cases, settling them fast and good-bye, really processing them rather than treating them like people.â
But this is not the way Drexler runs his Los Angeles Personal Injury Law Firm To his clients, David is in their corner, an extension of their close families, a trusted friend and confidant, a protector who never backs down from the Goliaths. His clients are clients for life and theyâre the reason he comes to work every day.
Drexler practices Personal Injury Law out of his Sherman Oaks office, a three-story office with inspiring views of the San Fernando Valley where he can open windows and step out on the patio to share a meal with any number of life-long clients who often stop in for a friendly visit.