When people come to see me, it is usually because something critically important to them is occurring in their lives. For many people, it is their first talk with an attorney. So, when I meet with somebody, I understand that they have chosen me to be their confidential advisor, their attorney. I took an oath to represent my clients diligently and with a passion for their cause, and this is exactly what I do
Too many times over my many years of practice I have heard so many clients express frustration because their attorney does not keep in contact with them to let them know what is happening with their cases, or just to speak to them about questions they may have. Thus, after our first meeting, you will always be kept informed of what is going on with your case, you will receive copies of documents being sent out in your matter, and you will have the ability to contact me any way you wish to; whether it be through further in-office meetings, telephone, e-mail, whatever way you want.
Some people come to an attorney when they made a legal mistake and don't want to repeat their error. Others come prepared with a list of questions to make sure they're getting the right help. No matter your circumstances, we're here to be sure you're getting the right response to your situation.
Many of our clients maintain a long term relationship with me and my staff, often developing into friendships.
There are many attorneys out there. So thank you for taking the time to consider having me represent your interests, and fight for your cause. I look forward to meeting with you.
Seth B. Weinshenker
Call today for a prompt and courteous consultation (personal injury and med mal consultations are free).
Further, people who I have represented know that I will always be up front with them about their cases. All cases have strengths and weaknesses, and I will give you both sides at all times. I believe that all clients are entitled to that type of honesty from their attorney.
We're dedicated to serving Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly and Union Counties!