Our inspiration for practicing law comes from the passion of helping others. We always put the needs of the client first at Mann Wyatt Tanksley Injury Attorneys. This extends to the camaraderie of our entire team, as we all come together to achieve a positive case result for every client. Mike Wyatt, one of our Hutchinson attorneys, relies on the assistance of Jake Wells in all aspects of a case.
“I help put together all the information Mike needs to successfully build a case that best serve the client,” Jake says. “These might be medical records, testimonials, details of the accident, and statements from law enforcement or witnesses.”
The part of the job Jake likes the most is spending time with clients on a one-on-one basis, and making a positive impact on their lives. He helps Mike take on the legal responsibilities, so clients can turn their focus to making a complete recovery. Injured people have no one to turn to, and they need extra help getting back on their feet.
“I like being part of the legal process from the beginning, and getting to know clients on a personal level,” explains Jake. “I get to meet clients face-to-face and develop a personal relationship through our interactions. I like giving them the good news about their case and recovery.”
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Another thing Jake likes about the approach of our Hutchinson attorneys is our personable approach to law. Every client is treated like an individual with the utmost respect. We always keep the lines of communication open, and clients are constantly kept aware of all details surrounding their case. “Mann Wyatt Tanksley Injury Attorneys provides faith-based care for our clients. People are getting helped, not taken advantage of,” Jake says.
Jake also likes the family atmosphere at Mann Wyatt Tanksley Injury Attorneys. “It’s a great group of people working together to achieve a unified goal,” says Jake. “I’ve been with Mann Wyatt Tanksley Injury Attorneys a little over a year, and they’ve all made me feel like part of the family.”