Frequently Asked Questions

Q How much does the initial consultation cost?

The initial consultation is free. Jason will meet with you for up to an hour to hear out your situation and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your case.

Q How much will my case cost?
Q Is my case big enough for a lawyer to handle?

No case is too small. Even if a case should be handled in small claims, Jason would be willing to guide you through the process for a reasonable fee, and in many cases can take a case on a contingency basis (no fee unless you win).

Q What are my chances of success?

That depends on what success means to each client. Some cases want a higher verdict? A quick resolution? A reduction of liability?

The likelihood of a desired outcome depends on several variables for each case. Among them are the opposing party, the opposing attorney, the underlying facts of the case, the desired outcomes of the parties, and the admissible evidence. The odds of winning can vary significantly on a case-by-case basis and the State Bar prohibits all attorneys from making any guarantees or warranties regarding the outcome of a case.

However, Jason can evaluate all of the factors of your case so that you can make the best decision moving forward. Contact us today for your free case evaluation.

Q What documents should I bring to the consultation?

To ensure the most effective and efficient consultation, potential clients should bring all documentation that is relevant to their case to the initial consultation. However, this is rarely, if ever, practical or possible.

At a minimum, potential clients should be able to explain the situation and desired outcomes. Jason can help with the rest.


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