If I Hire Your Law Firm, Will You Be The Attorney Handling My Case?
When you hire the Law Offices of Paul S. Geller, P.C., you can rest assured that I will be the attorney handling your case from start to finish. I will ensure that you feel involved at every step and never feel left behind because something wasn’t explained or discussed adequately.
When clients pay for legal representation, part of what they’re paying for is peace of mind, which comes from knowing exactly who is handling their case, where their case stands at any point in time, and the nitty-gritty details of every decision to be made.
Larger criminal defense firms present several problems for criminal defendants, including fragmented, inconsistent, and subpar client-attorney communication. It’s not uncommon for someone different to answer the phone every time a client calls, creating frustration for clients who have to reexplain who they are and which case is theirs. This is what makes clients feel like just another case number.
A client’s case might be turned over to other, less experienced attorneys at a larger criminal defense firm over time – without the client’s consent. Passing a case from lawyer to lawyer can weaken the strength of the case and destroy the trust between the client and attorney. Any good criminal defense lawyer will tell you that trustful communication is the key to success.
Understandably, this type of experience breeds anxiety for clients who feel entirely left in the dark about what’s happening with their case or even who to talk to about it. They often start to wonder what they’re paying so much money for.
At the Law Offices of Paul S. Geller, P.C., our team is small enough to maintain timely and careful communication with every client yet large enough to command respect and attention in the courtroom, where it matters most.
We pride ourselves on giving every client the attention they deserve. Clients know precisely what they’re paying for because they see, hear, and feel the value of our legal services from day one – we wouldn’t let it be any other way.