As attorneys we are in business to not only provide a top level service to the community and our clients, but we strive to do the very best every day for every one of our clients. We cannot guarantee any outcome, or that you will achieve every goal or win every claim, but we can assure you that we will do our very best to develop, implement, and achieve a plan and strategy to produce a positive result.

Importantly, we will not accept your claim, case, or matter unless we believe that it has merit and that we can help you achieve success. We will not take your case just to take your money, and we take pride in the fact that we turn down more cases than we accept. Being selective enables us to stay small, nimble, and to compete at a better price point than most of our competition.

Rest assured, however, that even if we like your case or claim but believe that another attorney, office, or even another profession is better suited to represent or assist you, we will not hesitate to do what is best and refer you to such other counsel or professional. Frankly, Thaler & Thaler, P.C. believes that providing counsel about the law means giving the best advice possible, even if it means that the best advice is to refer you to a more qualified or experienced professional.

Once we accept your case we will work hard to achieve your desired result, but we will not decide a matter for you. We will give you the information you need about costs, risks, and likely outcomes so you can make informed decisions. We recognize that there is value in a good result that saves time, money, and aggravation through the process of informed decision making and compromise, since compromise is often better, legally and financially, than the pursuit of a “perfect” result. “Perfection” in results or in law, whether in a contract or a presentation to a jury, does not really exist—yet it is ever our goal.

Thus, we will tell our clients when they should settle, compromise, surrender on an issue, or when, based upon experience, it is time to either commence or quit litigation. While it is always the client’s choice, we would be remiss if we did not use over 75 years of experience to help guide each client so that the best decision is made and the best outcome is achieved.