No Charge For Initial Consultation: Our standard policy is that we do not charge for our initial consultation. During our first conversation, we want to hear your story and learn the facts of your case. The meeting also serves as your opportunity, as well as ours, to determine if we are a good fit to work together. We do not give advice during initial consultations, but we can generally describe the legal process. We will also explain how our representation would proceed if we all decide to work together.
Any departure from our standard “no fee” initial consultation will be disclosed in advance of the consultation so that there will be no surprises.
Transparent Fees & Agreements: We pride ourselves on transparency, and from the outset, we will always provide to you all information regarding our fees and engagement. Depending on the nature of your case, a fee arrangement may be hourly, contingent (a percentage of any recovery), or a hybrid of the two. During an initial call to discuss your case, please ask us about our fee structure and retainer agreement so that you can decide if we are the best fit for you.
Don’t Let A Legal Deadline Prevent You From Compensation: All claims are required to be filed within a certain period of time. The deadline that applies to your claim depends upon the facts of your case. Consult an attorney who can identify the time period that applies to your case.
Admitted Throughout The Tri-State: In addition to being licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, our attorneys are also admitted to practice in Florida, Massachusetts, and New York. We appear on a regular basis in state and federal courts throughout the area.