What Makes Me Different?
Attorney Mark A. Smith is an experienced trial lawyer who has successfully litigated numerous cases in diverse and complex matters relating to personal injury, premises liability, wrongful death, invasion of privacy, and institutional sexual assault and abuse. Mark prides himself on developing a relationship with his clients that is based fundamentally on respect and good communication. He will be there every step of the way with you to ensure that you obtain justice, from check-in communications to the trial litigation process.
Unlike other experienced lawyers, Mark understands the value of consistent and friendly communication with clients. It is of the utmost importance that you feel the firm — and Mark, of course — is your equal partner in handling your legal matter. If you have any questions or concerns throughout the litigation process, we encourage you to get in contact with us at any time of day. Mark takes calls personally on evenings and weekends, and in the event that he is not available, he will return your call promptly. In fact, even if you don’t have any specific questions about your case, we will contact you at least once every month to update you on our progress as well as any new developments.
You can benefit a great deal from working with a small firm. As a small firm, we are fundamentally “lean” and “nimble,” and as such, we are able to navigate through the complexities of the litigation process relatively quickly. Further, we can provide the quality of representation that most clients would expect at a larger firm, alongside the personalized service and responsiveness that only a smaller firm can provide.
When you work with Mark, you can rest easy knowing that you will have a loyal, compassionate, detail-oriented, and responsive advocate who will go the extra mile to ensure that you are able to obtain positive results.
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