Brian Hall helped me through a physically, mentally, financially and emotionally difficult year.I was injured at my frequently understaffed and physically demanding job by a resident with severe behavioral problems. I was taking online classes to become a registered behavior tech and had a step by step goal planned out to become a behavior analyst. I was very good at my job, passionate about my career path and helping the community.Workman’s compensation required me to see a negligent doctor, who in my opinion, was more concerned about sending me back to work knowing full well the dangers I would be faced with rather than treating my pain, limited mobility and swelling. I was sent back before I could even balance my weight on my injured knee and mobility was limited, I could not pivot or shuffle myself out of the way when I was faced with a crisis situation and was re-injured by the same resident.Prior to my injury I was physically fit, I enjoyed trying out trial offers at gyms and other fitness centers, hiking, kickboxing, paint ball, archery tag and soccer. And because I never received appropriate treatment; my condition only got worse. Not only was I not able to do the activities I enjoyed but I eventually had to quit my job as I was no long physically capable of performing the demanding tasks that are required to maintain safety when dealing with aggressive behaviors and crisis situations.Brian believed me when I told him the condition I was in. He was responsive to my calls and emails, he empathized with the despair of having so much taken from me. Brian advocated for me and fought for me until I not only got the treatment I deserved but was also compensated for the major inconvenience and life changes these injuries caused.