How a Musician’s Car Accidents Inspired Him to Become an Attorney – Press Release

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA – After being hit by distracted drivers in his vehicle twice in two years in his mid-30s, Carey Collingham was unable to play the cello professionally, which had been an important part of his life since he was three.

“I was angry. I was mad. I was sad that someone else took something away from me that was a central part of my life. I couldn’t play the cello for a long time without pain and that will always be with me. “

After looking into the aftermath of the accidents, Carey decided to use that tragedy as motivation to help others recover from their own injuries and redirected his career from the nonprofit to law enforcement. Today Carey is a terrific personal injury attorney at Berry Law, whose mission it is to help others overcome their injuries and regain control of their lives.

While Carey can now only play the cello in comfort for 30 minutes, he still plays cello at weddings and events, and teaches cello in his spare time to share the beauty of music with others. Carey attributes part of his newfound purpose in life as an attorney to his own attorney, who helped him realize that a compassionate and understanding defense attorney can play an important role in someone’s recovery. Knowing that he would never have gotten to where he is without the help of others, Carey takes the time to really understand the lives and wants of his customers so that he can give them the best possible chance for the future that you want to. He prides himself on having a range of skills that he can use to empower others and give them the happy ending they deserve.

Berry Law is proud to partner with such an exceptional attorney. He is an inspiration to all of us.

For more information on this matter, please call Emily Schweitzer at 402-466-8444 or email [email protected]

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Name of the company: Berry Law
Interlocutor: Emily Schweitzer
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Phone: (402) 466-8444
City: Lincoln
Status: Nebraska
Country: United States

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