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At Wandres Law we understand that any time you are in need of legal help, you have quite a few firms willing to represent you depending on the type of case you have. And while most firms in Tulsa either represent plaintiffs or defendants in legal matters, a distinct advantage of hiring Wandres Law is that both Patrick and Victor Wandres have practiced law for both sides, giving us a unique perspective when we represent your legal interests.
Because the attorneys of Wandres Law actively work with both types of clients, we are continuously “training” ourselves to think like the attorney representing the other side – a technique that accounts for our excellent reputation, high levels of client satisfaction, and success in the courtroom. We know what motivates both plaintiffs and defendants and that understanding often allows us to anticipate our opposition’s moves. Simply put, that is not the kind of experience you will find at most law firms. It is, however, exactly the skill that can determine whether our clients win or lose; not just in a courtroom, but during settlement negotiations, mediations and contract negotiations as well.
We are committed to helping our clients achieve successful outcomes while maintaining a friendly, communicative relationship. Unlike other firms that can be cold, overly formal, or whose attorneys seem too busy to respond to your questions, Wandres Law operates with a more laid back mindset, and prides itself on making its clients feel like they can approach their attorneys or assistants with all of their questions, large or small. Our emphasis on attorney-client relationships often enables us to use methods that aren’t used by many other firms – methods that streamline our tactics leading to success.We value our clients as people, and not case numbers. Call Wandres Law today and let us advocate on your behalf.
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