When I first met Travis with Edelstein Payne, he came down the stairs of his modest facility, and had on a Jimi Hendrix T-shirt and jeans. 20 minutes later, I realized I met a true Salt-of-the-Earth Dude. In an hour, Travis taught me more about my rights than my previous attorney had in nearly a year. Travis even advised me of benefits I should have applied for months prior to meeting him. Travis told me, “Write this down, this is really important. I can’t believe your previous attorney hadn’t advised you to, but you still have time.….” Well, I felt and still feel Travis was a well-timed gift. I don’t know that I’ll ever be able to truly thank him enough. He advised me during our 1st call I had a strong case. He was honest, and said it would be a lot of work, but he'd be happy to help. He organized my case quickly, and instructed my former employer to stop contacting me. What a relief! Travis’ team was outstanding! Angie in particular was always exceptionally kind. They sent me a copy of all communications to my former employer, and I never felt in the dark. They also never pressured me to settle. Travis is not a doctor, however his handling of my case genuinely helped my emotional health. Later, my case settled for 800% more $ than a previous attorney asked me to accept. Plus, thanks to Travis’ professional advice, I continue to receive very necessary benefits which I wouldn’t have known I qualified for were it not for Travis’ compassionate, honest, professional advice. Regretfully, I remain permanently disabled, however am able to live above the poverty line thanks to Travis’ ability to advocate for me, and help me see the big picture. My only regret would be not having gone to Travis 1st. I have referred family and friends to Travis, because I feel his rare combination of Honesty, Caring, and Fighting skills are truly hard to find. If you’re finding yourself like I was, and simply unsure what to do with regard to your on the job accident, I would highly recommend calling Travis first.