What makes a good attorney? Most people have a general understanding of what attorneys do, but the difference between a good attorney and a bad one may not be clear. Until I had an experience with Glasheen Law and its members, I didn't fully appreciate the unequivocal importance of a good attorney in this world. Prior to meeting Jon Clark, my impression of an attorney was someone you hired to navigate the legal system's red tape and resolve your case quickly.Jon Clark showed me that an attorney is not just a formal figure but a guardian who fights for you and provides the help you need. He has done so much for me that I can honestly say I wouldn't be as well off spiritually and mentally without him. Jon is extremely responsive, knowledgeable, and trustworthy. What's even more impressive is that he doesn't pretend to know everything. If he couldn't answer a question, he would admit it and we would find a solution together.My name is Brian Federico, a 30-year-old male from California. From 2013 to 2018, I worked in the oil fields in Texas. On December 21st, 2018, as I was preparing for my last day on the job before returning home to California after six months, I became the victim of a neglectful big rig operator who made an illegal turn, crashing into my truck. The incident left me with a shattered hip, broken femur, pelvis, and nose, as well as severe cuts and cracked teeth. It was the most horrific and traumatizing event in my life, compounded by neglectful medical treatment that led to a severe case of PTSD, which I didn't realize for several months.I had been searching for a law office to handle my case for a few months when I came across Glasheen. After a single phone call with them, my confidence soared. They assured me that they would handle everything I was worried about. I ultimately chose them because, for the first time since the accident, I felt at ease. Other law offices spoke in half-truths, saying, "I'm not sure, it depends on various factors," but Kevin and Jon always provided straightforward answers. Even if I didn't like the answer, I believed them immediately.My fiancé often referred to my phone calls with Jon as my "therapy sessions" because we would talk for hours about everything, not just the case. He genuinely cared about my well-being, sharing details about his day and projects at his house. Being a contractor, he would often seek my input on certain matters. By the end of each call, I felt much better about my circumstances.When times got tough, and I could no longer take care of my household, Jon immediately helped me secure the funds to pay the bills. Looking back on the entire experience, I can't believe how fortunate I was to have such an incredible person fighting for me. I never felt overwhelmed or insecure about my position. Jon constantly reminded me that I deserved what was coming to me and understood the mental struggles I was facing.Jon's qualities were remarkable: responsive, perceptive, thorough, and dialectic. He asked detailed questions about seemingly non-relevant things to better understand other perspectives. While he was one of the nicest guys I knew, he remained vigilant, always looking out for potential traps or unfair questions and accusations. He was unwavering in protecting my best interests, displaying loyalty, patience, and understanding of my character flaws. He was so much more than an attorney. I gained a lifelong friend in him, and I hope he feels the same way. I can't express enough how grateful I am for him.I not only recommend attorney Jon Clark, but I guarantee that once you have experienced his service, you won't need to look any further. I have never felt more protected and represented in my litigation than I did with Jon. No other attorney will work as hard for you.