Trial Lawyer Arash Homampour has a specific vision for Homampour Law Firm that focuses on quality representation for his clients.
I had a very specific vision for this law firm when I started out. There are many types of personal injury law firms. There are the firms that are on volume. There are the firms that handle a large amount of volume, but they’re medium-sized cases. Then there are firms that handle the large seven figure, eight figure cases on a volume basis. And then there are firms that really handle a limited number of cases, all large-value, focused more on the results, less on volume, more on quality, right? And I’ve always aimed towards having a firm that is more based on quality representation, than quantity. I do not want people working 60, 80 hours a week at my office. I want people working whatever they need to work to get the job done, but to also have a good balance between life and work. I will tell my employees don’t work on weekends, like seriously. I do not want you working on weekends. I want you to do the things that make you a powerful human being outside of work, whether that’s exercise, spending time with your family, barbecuing, whatever it is that makes you a whole human being, I want my employees doing those those activities that light them up outside of law. And so for me it’s really important that we’re not overworked and that we’re not burnt out. So, for me, that means limiting the number of cases that we take and then staffing them properly so that everyone has a life outside of work. Now, the reality is most people that work here, their love affair is with work. They love their cases, they love their clients, they love the cause, they love the challenge. That’s the other beauty of this, is that many people would prefer to work on a case than work out. But you, know I’m glad that we have that synergy at this law firm. So, you know, for young attorneys it’s really important to kind of identify what is it you want, what is your endgame? Do you want to have a family, do you want to maintain a relationship with your wife and your children? Then don’t take on 2,000 cases because you want the money. Whatever extra money you’re gonna make, there’s going to be a cost to that money and is it worth it? Is it worth it to not have a relationship with your children because you wanted, you know, a Bentley or whatever material thing. You know, as, it’s a cliche, but as we get older you realize that material things are meaningless and in fact bring no joy and that the more you are attached to things, the more suffering you have. I know that’s a very deep concept, but I know there are people watching this who totally understand what I am saying.
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