My father suffered the results of medical negligence that led to his death at a youthful 80 years of age. He was an entrepreneur, business owner and family man, an ordinary man with an extraordinary sense of loyalty, humility and compassion. He loved his work, and he was forever grateful for the lifelong employees and customers who helped him turn a garage-based start-up into a multimillion dollar business. Until the day he died, he was a vital and vibrant leader.

When the unthinkable happened, my mother and I knew nothing about medical malpractice, but we learned fast. It seemed the law firms we contacted either thought our case had no merit or they didn’t want to jeopardize the healthcare professionals and organizations they had on retainer. We were turned away time after time.

Things started to look up, however, when a friend recommended Tilton and Dunn, PLLP.

My mother and I were amazed. We were not turned away. Nor was our case considered inconsequential. Bill and his staff took us on and were with our family from the first filing to the final settlement. They were more than legal counsel. They were advocates and trusted advisors, and they were relentless in pursuing an outcome that went well beyond our expectations.

If I should ever again need legal expertise, I would not hesitate one second to have Tilton and Dunn, PLLP on my side. They have proven to be nothing less than the best. They are skilled, experienced, easy to deal with, always accessible and tough negotiators who just don’t take “no” for an answer. My dad would have enjoyed their company, as he would never pass up an opportunity to work with someone who shared his passion for excellence.