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If you do not hire us, we will still try to help you.

June 1, 2012

Our law firm has been serving civil justice since 1983, often serving consumers who we DON’T take on as clients. If we do not undertake your case, we will still try to help you. We are sometimes able to refer you to another lawyer who is better suited for your needs, often your local Bar Association’s Attorney Referral service. Often, we are contacted by someone who wants us to take over their case from another attorney, because the client is unhappy with their lawyer. Depending upon the circumstances of your particular situation, we might be able to intervene such that the best solution is for you to stay with your current attorney. We are pleased when we can make things right between an unhappy client and their attorney, even though we do not undertake the case and thus do not earn a fee  We know how important it is to earn your trust. If we do not take on your case at this time, we hope that you will think of us for your future legal needs. And, of course, we hope that you will think of us with your future referrals and testimonials. Trust matters. We acknowledge that there are plenty of attorneys to choose from in the New York metropolitan area. We hold our heads high among the trustworthy ones; among those attorneys who are trusted authorities in the areas of Accident, Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice law. Whether or not you ultimately retain us, we want to assist you in making a smart decision. It’s the right thing to do.

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