Meet The Two Attorneys Who Use Custom Technology To Win Multi-Million Dollar Cases

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Fast and effective, with an edge in technology!​


They use their custom technology (the Chron) and three-step battleplan to prepare for victory from day one… They are also known for taking on big entities, including the government and massive corporations. As a result, they are often engaged to take on the Goliath opponent. Feel free to view some of those cases by visiting our Case Results page.

So, who are these two attorneys who make winning look so easy? Find out by clicking here.

…Resulted in an outright victory saving our company...

“Daniel Mestaz’s handling of our recent protracted lawsuit was simply masterful. Mr. Mestaz took the time to properly assess the matter and then proceeded to litigate our multi-million-dollar case through trial, which resulted in an outright victory saving our company. The way that Mr. Mestaz used high-tech software to present the evidence electronically on a big screen was extremely impressive and effective because it made our story clear and compelling.”​

​Robert McClelland, BH Trucking, Inc.

Winning tough cases regularly is just another day at the office​

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"He is actually a joy to have in trial because he is very well prepared and moves fast without wasting court time – but his success ratio is way up there."​​

“Daryl Williams is an outstanding trial lawyer. One of the first to use electronic devices in the courtroom. He [was] in front of me many times over my 34 years on the bench…. He is very professional and cooperative with court and counsel. Have never heard a negative word about him. He is actually a joy to have in trial because he is very well prepared and moves fast without wasting court time – but his success ratio is way up there.”​

​Bob Gottsfield, Former Judge​​

Our Three Step Battleplan
To Defeat Your Opponent


Our Front-loading Tactic to Dominate Early

Imagine being ready for every eventuality, with every piece of evidence ready for visual display, as you walk into a deposition or the court room. You look your opponent in the eye, knowing that your lawyer’s mastery of the facts can lead them into traps and contradictions.

We do this by front-loading, a tactical and strategic approach that starts on day one. We cut through the noise, dispense with busy work, and master the facts and evidence with a singular focus on victory at trial. Like special forces commandos, we prepare for the kill early. We do not wait around to “see if it settles.” The irony is that our trial readiness often leads to favorable pre-trial settlements.

“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.”  Sun Tzu


The Rapid Outmaneuver Tactic

Most attorneys walk into the deposition or courtroom with boxes of documents, binders of the “important” exhibits, post-it notes, and other dinosaur era tools. We walk in with a laptop. On it is software that we use to tell our client’s story clearly and effectively, with real visual impact.

The software includes The Chron, our proprietary methodology that pinpoints—for immediate visual display–all of the times, dates, emails, conversations, and other items we need to rapidly outmaneuver your opponent. In seconds, we can answer any question. In seconds, we can show when your opponent is lying. We are the only attorneys in America with this custom programming. We know, because we built it.

Your opponent may fumble around while we quickly pull up the necessary evidence and outmaneuver them with a narrative that supports your case.


The Facts-At-Fingertips Tactic To Win Trust

We often demoralize the opposition before trial so that they give up and settle on our terms. However, when we get the incredible privilege to “wow” a jury at trial, we’re ready to pounce. This is where we truly shine.

We set out to win over the jury’s trust by mastering the facts and documents. Using our software, we can paint a simple and coherent visual story. The simpler it is to understand, the faster you can move and respond, and the more visual you make it, the more believable you are over your opponent.

Many have noted the difference between courtroom movie scenes–where things move quickly and the lawyer has the perfect evidence just in time to nail the liar—and real life, where the trial is slow and boring. “It is not like the movies,” they say. This is usually true . . . but not for us.

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Meet The Two Attorneys Who Win

With Custom Technology & A Simple Strategy

Daryl M. Williams

Daryl M. Williams

To your opponent, he is aggressive and relentless, while being erudite and a master tactician. He can tame even the biggest bullies in America. After making history by winning the biggest jury verdict in Arizona that year, he’s been one of the most respected attorneys in the West.​

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Daniel B. Mestaz

Daniel B. Mestaz

With a string of successes over twenty-plus years, Daniel is as fierce as they come. His clients describe him an approachable easy going guy who relentlessly goes for the win.​

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