Why hire our firm?
Our No-nonsense Approach to Practicing Law is Based on three Principles:
Many customers become frustrated with poor customer service from their attorney’s office. Your calls are not returned, you have no idea what’s going on with your case and the receptionist is telling you – “we’re working on it”. If your attorney’s office is not paying attention to you, chances are that many important aspects of your case are being overlooked. We do things differently. Just like any other relationship, we know that communication is the key to having a solid foundation with clients and the ultimate success of the case. A happy customer will tell their friends, an unhappy customer will tell the world.
Tailored assessment of each case
We take the time to learn about you and your situation. When you walk into our offices, you are much more than just a case. You are a person with a story and a problem that needs to be resolved. That being said, nothing is rushed at our firm. The more strategically we plan a case, closer we get to the desired outcome. We recognize the importance of precision, timing and subsequent results, which is the foundation of Aratta Law. At our firm, nothing happens by luck but by great preparation and good strategy.
Strategy & Approach
An effective litigator is aggressive about the right things, for the right reason, at the right time. Whether your case is related to a personal injury litigation or denial of a claim, our firm will review and analyze your case in its entirety and find the most effective tactic to move your case to a fruitful resolution. Aiming for results that surpass our clients’ expectations is the objective. The majority of potential clients want to know – (1) What have you done (2) How dedicated are you (3) And how much do you care. In today’s competitive environment, we recognize that having a lack of diligence and offering an average quality of service isn’t likely to produce repeat business and valuable referrals. We strongly believe that due diligence lays the foundation for making the consequences of an action as favorable as possible for the client. We may under-promise, but we always strive to over-deliver.