Favorite Core Value of the Week with Benjamin Duggan


At KJC Law Firm, we follow a list of core values that represent who we are as a company. Each core value is a unique asset to our hard working and supportive environment. This month we are recognizing each of our KJC employees their core value.

Our first favorite core value feature is Benjamin Duggan! Benjamin is a litigator and trial lawyer at KJC Law Firm.  He represents the underdog, insurance companies, plaintiffs up against corporations, and people who have been charged with crimes. Benjamin’s favorite core value is A+ Quality which stands for striving to produce quality work consistently. Benjamin believes that this is one of the driving factors for the firm’s success. He finds that when everyone at KJC Law Firm puts pride into their work, it shows. Benjamin loves to golf and can relate this value to the golf course because he always strives to be better!

A+ Quality is a true reflection of the quality work that we do. No one is afraid to take on complicated cases and figure out how to handle it well. We don’t back down from taking on larger firms. This value is a good reminder to always put in more effort and keep working until that is the best effort possible.” – Benjamin Duggan

Listed below are KJC Law Firm’s 11 core values for further reference.


We strive to set the standard in the legal services industry for communication, responsiveness, helpfulness and compassion, remembering always to be grateful for our clients and the opportunity to serve them.


We work collaboratively as a team, and we put the team’s success ahead of our own.


We strive to raise the standards in the profession by producing A+ quality work consistently.


We prepare every case to put on the best trial possible.  We don’t settle unless it is in our client’s best interest.


When we work together, you become part of our law firm family for life.


We continue to educate ourselves, practice what we learn and get better at everything we do.


We care for and respect ourselves, each other, our clients, opposing counsel and all others we come in contact with.


We leave our personal problems at home and strive to be consistent in our work.


We check our egos at the door.


We strive to contribute to our community and cultivate trust that creates demand.  We are looking for new cheese.


We use our creativity to find new ways to overcome barriers and do things better.

For more information on our core values, check out our blog and social media pages.

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