Vertical representation is the method of representation in which a single lawyer works on your case, from beginning to end. Too often today, bigger law firms assign multiple lawyers to perform a variety of tasks. As such, you may find yourself working with a different lawyer each time your case progresses. While such "horizontal representation" is efficient, it is ill-suited for a criminal case. This is because criminal cases require a special level of trust, rapport, and familiarity between the lawyer and the client. Such a special relationship simply cannot be cultivated unless the lawyer worked with the client every step of the way.
At The Law Office of Thomas Wang, Thomas believes in vertical representation. In fact, Thomas promises that he will personally handle every stage of your case. This way, you can be comfortable and confident that you are given the proper level of attention, care, and expertise.
Reasonable and Transparent Fees
The two main concerns clients have against most lawyers' fees can be summarized as follows: 1) the fee is too high, and 2) some fees were unforeseeable. To address these concerns, Thomas offers the following:
Simply put: Thomas will work with you on legal fees. At The Law Office of Thomas Wang, there are no such thing as standard fees. Instead, Thomas will listen to you problem, evaluate your case, and quote a reasonable fee based on the necessary services. Give Thomas a call, and see the difference for yourself.
At The Law Office of Thomas Wang, Thomas will quote you a flat fee at the start of representation. This flat fee will cover all services relating to your case, except for trial and appeals. This way, you can take comfort in knowing that there will be no additional, "hidden" fees. If your case requires trial or appeal, Thomas will meet with you and forecast, to the best of his ability, the estimated fee for such additional services. This way, you will NEVER be surprised by a legal bill.
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