As a Navy veteran & former carpenter and furniture maker, I understand the issues of working people, and work for my clients at reasonable rates. One reason I became a lawyer was because I saw the impact even a minor legal issue can have on working people.
I run a small general practice law firm. Often some legal research and several phone calls and letters will solve many of my client’s legal issues; of course when that doesn’t work, then we can file a lawsuit and force the other party to take the situation seriously.
I’m also a trained mediator and skilled negotiator. I worked in the New York City court supervised mediation program, where I mediated disputes between litigants to avoid trial.
Unlike big firm lawyers, when you call my office, you talk to me. I don’t pawn your case off on paralegals; I do the work. You get high-quality hands on service from my firm. I tell you like it is. I tell you where your case is strong and weak. I discuss with you strategy and get your input.