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CONTACTING US FOR AN APPOINTMENT
When you contact Boznos Law for the first time, we will gather a brief, confidential, description of your situation. This description will enable us to immediately assess basic information about the claim and determine: (1) whether we handle the type of matter at issue (and if not whether a referral to another firm would be appropriate); (2) whether there are any potential conflicts; (3) whether a free consultation would be appropriate, and (4) if not, whether and how we can otherwise help you (for example, reviewing severance agreements, contract negotiation, etc.).
If the potential client qualifies for a free consultation, we will schedule that individual for a more detailed interview. During the interview, the attorney collects additional information about the individual’s matter and determines whether the individual has a potential legal claim that both Boznos Law and the individual would be interested in pursuing. The consultation also enables the attorney to provide the individual with a brief legal analysis of the matter and a recommendation for future action.
Although all communications with Boznos Law will be held in confidence and protected by the attorney-client privilege unless otherwise prohibited by law, an attorney-client relationship is not created by virtue of any communication with us, whether by using our online contact box, e-mail, telephone, or in person. An individual becomes a client and the attorney-client relationship is formed only upon Boznos Law’s receipt of a signed representation agreement.
Finally, please understand that Boznos Law’s attorneys avoid interruptions while working on client matters. As a result, they typically take phone calls and visits by appointment only. If you become a client (read what our many satisfied clients have said about us, here), the attorneys normally return phone messages and emails in order of urgency. Trial and litigation matters normally take precedence over negotiations. Please be assured that the attorneys or their assistants will return your message at his/her earliest opportunity.