Brief initial consultation over the phone is always free and welcome.
Yes, in some cases.
Monday through Friday 10 am through 6 pm with limited weekend hours as needed.
Yes. I speak Russian and Hebrew.
Attorney does the vast majority of work with limited administrative support for secretarial task. This allows the attorney to be most intimately familiar with the facts of the case and with the developments in the claim process or litigation.
We always explore the possibility of mediation or any other early, amicable resolution, unless the opposing side (the employer, the insurance company, etc.) is being completely unreasonable, and they send a message that any such collaborative process will not be productive.
Individual approach and prompt attention to each case and each client.
We also pride ourselves on honestly advising to our clients about the strengths and the weaknesses of their case. We make sure that our clients understand and are comfortable with the civil litigation process and we are happy to answer many of the "why" questions that our clients have.
Educating yourself is a great idea to better understand the process, the challenges, as well as the strengths and the weaknesses of your case. However, in many cases it should not be a substitute of legal representation.
Since practical reality is so different from how the law is presented in theory, self-education can also lead client to being mislead or misinformed about how their specific situation should be best handled.
Yes, we regularly review, edit and advise clients on their existing documents, letters, and contracts/agreements.
Yes, we often coach and prepare clients for their testimony in various administrative agencies.
We don't overpromise and underdeliver. We respond to all inquiries by e-mail and phone within one business days.
We love our work and we genuinely care about our clients.
This office has been operating since 2007.
Attorney does the vast majority of work with limited administrative support for secretarial task.
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