The Heart of a Small Firm – One of the vagaries of a busy and successful law practice is that there is always a shortage of time. Many “big firms” attempt to resolve this problem by delegating an abundance of duties and responsibilities to non-professionals who are not lawyers. More than ten years ago, we parted ways with a large plaintiff’s firm because we were dissatisfied with the amount of time we were able to spend with my clients. Since even attorneys can feel like they are on “the assembly line,” we decided to open a small firm where the needs of our clients could be more easily met with the heart of a small firm, but still have big firm know-how, experience and muscle.
The Muscle of a BIG FIRM – Because of the intensity of our preparation and “setting the stage”, a great majority of cases are able to be resolved without the need for protracted litigation.