Informing the Client
Effectively representing somebody is not just telling a person what they would like to hear, but also telling them about the weaknesses in their case. Knowing how the other side might view their case gives you the best opportunity to defend your case. If know you what the defense attorney might say and you can give your client the best possible chance of the outcome they deserve.
Dedication to Case Preparation
We brief all of our cases as if we are going to have to try the cases in court. We write post trial briefs, and argue motions and exceptions. Many times these cases don’t go to a trial, but the groundwork for whether you are going to win or lose your case is based on these papers and hearings that lead up to a trial. Having this groundwork puts us in the best possible position if you do have to try the case. We want not only to win, but to narrow the issues and focus them in such a way that our clients have the best chance of success.