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Is Bigger Really Better?- NO
Our firm philosophy is that bigger is not better. We have worked for and against large law firms. Over 50 years of combined trial experience has taught us that clients deserve ongoing communication with the attorney who will be seated next to them at trial as opposed to low level associates, paralegals and secretaries. Large law firms are required to take a significant number of cases just to cover the operation costs like television advertisements and large phone book ads. In so doing, the client is often reduced to just another number. At first, the big firm client meets with a senior level partner who "sells" the firm. However, once the retainer is signed, the client will likely never speak to that partner again. Instead, the client is directed to a series of lower level staff members until the senior member of the firm decides that the client is again worthy of his time. This is not client service.
We are committed to client service. We are very selective in the cases we handle because we can afford to be. This allows us to better communicate with our clients. When you call here you will speak with the senior attorney responsible for handling the matter, not a low level staff member. If you call and we are unable to speak with you immediately we pride ourselves in making sure that we immediately contact you by phone or by email if you choose.
In a busy world it is very difficult to meet with your lawyer during regular business hours. We realize this. So do not hesitate to ask for evening or weekend appointments. If you can't make it to our offices, we will come to see you.
Being in litigation is difficult and stressful enough. Whether you have been injured by somebody, hurt on the job, wrongfully discharged, charged in municipal court or involved in a family court matter, we are ready to put our experience to work. This way you can live your life and leave the legal worries to us. We look forward to serving you.
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