Big business, big money, big influence all trump the well-being of the little guy. When it’s time to take a stand, Waters Kraus Paul & Siegel is there.
With a full trial calendar, appearances before Congress, and grassroots initiatives to educate and empower the public, Waters Kraus Paul & Siegel is no stranger to speaking out. We not only fight the good fight on behalf of our clients, we work tirelessly to protect the rights of all victims to have their day in court. No matter how complex the case may seem, or how contentious the issue may be, you can count on Waters Kraus Paul & Siegel to lead the charge for positive change.
From the halls of Congress to statehouses across the country, we work to protect the rights of individuals. We lead by example. At the state and national level, we educate clients about legislation that would restrict their rights, and organize letter-writing campaigns to provide a direct line of communication from constituents to lawmakers. Our partners are often called to testify before state and U.S. congressional committees, as well as foreign legislatures, to ensure balance in the debate about tort reform. In fact, one of our partners assisted in drafting innovative tort laws that were subsequently enacted in several foreign countries. That’s the kind of leadership that Waters Kraus Paul & Siegel brings to everything we do.
It’s not uncommon for our clients to join in the fight as well. Emboldened by their own experiences, many Waters Kraus Paul & Siegel clients are determined to help preserve the legal rights of others facing similar circumstances. And from our perspective, that’s great news.
Founding partner Andy Waters explains it best, “We founded Waters Kraus Paul & Siegel to empower individuals to fight back against the forces that have taken their lives— in many cases, literally. If there’s a product, process, initiative, or legislation that has a negative impact on people, we’ll be there to take a stand.”