What will hiring a lawyer cost me? This is often the first question that people ask when the first question that should be addressed is: Which lawyer has tried cases to successful jury and non-jury verdicts? If the District Attorney handling your matter believes that your lawyer doesn’t like to conduct jury trials you may not get the offers that would best resolve your situation. The District Attorney’s office may not consider your specific circumstances in the same manner as when represented by an attorney who will take your matter to a trial if necessary. Not having a trial experienced attorney will decrease your chances of a positive result. I have successfully negotiated and successfully tried/litigated cases and that matters!
Of course the question still remains: What will a lawyer cost you? Don’t be fooled into thinking that the amount of the legal fees directly corresponds to the level of service and experience you will be getting.
Do you have to shell out a lot of money for legal services? Does it have to cost a fortune?
NO. When it comes to the cost for an attorney pay a fair price. You choose. Don’t trust words, trust actions.
Pay a reasonable price. Do not look for the cheapest fee. Do not be talked into the most expensive. Fair and just representation starts with a fair and just legal fee. We pride ourselves in offering great legal services for people who need them and that means not overcharging them just because we can. Call us for a free consultation.
Contact William Balduf, Esq. and let his 30 years of experience work for you. Serving Syracuse and Oswego, New York.
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