Every purchase we make, every transaction we enter, we automatically review and analyze the cost of the transaction and the benefit received in relation to this cost. Yet when people enter into litigation they rarely, if ever, think about this relationship. They are consumed with emotions and fears, they desperately seek answers and relief and there are far too many attorneys more than willing to neglect any discussion of cost v. benefit and instead promise many benefits ...Continue Reading →
One of the most disturbing things I hear is that they have paid someone thousands and thousands of dollars, depleted their retirement funds and they are still seeking resolution to their problem. I am sickened by the incentives inherent in this profession that reward non-resolution of problems at the financial expense of the client.
Often people come to my office, good hard working people, and they have not more money to fight their litigated matter. They have depleted ...Continue Reading →