Robert Hill Presents Oral Argument to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal
There’s not a “one size fits all” solution when it comes to resolving legal disputes. Your situation is unique, and it deserves a custom-made approach. That’s why I start by getting to know my clients as people. I learn about their situation, their needs, their goals, and their concerns, then use that knowledge to build a fitting plan. As the case unfolds, I keep my versatile skill set at the ready. In other words, I come ready to litigate, mediate, arbitrate, write or review contracts — whatever the case may call for.
If you choose to call my office, you’ll quickly learn that I’m an open book when it comes to discussing costs. I want you to know up front what to expect in terms of your case’s potential outcomes and the expenses that come with each avenue we might pursue. That way, you’ll have the information you need to make the right decision for your circumstances. For my part, I’ll work to avoid unnecessary costs, such as premature litigation, extraneous paperwork, and other services you don’t need.
Legal disputes are stressful. There's just no getting around that. But I work to reduce my clients’ anxiety where I can. Namely, I offer an array of services so they won’t have to switch attorneys whenever their case changes course, I strategize with their budget in mind, and I make a point of explaining the legal process as we go.
There are many great attorneys out there who specialize in one type of negotiation, but when it comes time to switch tactics, they must refer their clients elsewhere. To save my clients from the additional time and money involved in that process, I represent them through many types of negotiations — whether their matter goes to trial, gets settled in mediation, or must be appealed even after the verdict has been given.
Legal proceedings tend to add up very quickly, and I can’t guarantee that you’ll like the amount you’ll ultimately have to pay. However, I will always push to alleviate costs where I can. I will use my resources wisely, avoid taking your case to court when it isn’t necessary, and guide you through the process without charging you for simply asking questions when they occur to you. Most importantly, I will tell you up front, from day one, what to expect in regard to funding.
One of the most stressful parts of undergoing a legal matter is inexperience. If you don’t know what’s going on, it’s easy to get frustrated or worried. That’s why I take time to answer questions and explain each step before taking it.