When you have to go to war, you want proven battlefield soldiers on your side. That’s who we are.
When a client is confronted with the dangers of a lawsuit or similar dispute, the first question that should be asked is, “what is my lawyer’s experience in the courtroom?” A lawyer who does not have extensive experience trying lawsuits cannot effectively evaluate the case, cannot assess the risks and cannot make effective and perceptive recommendations to the client, from the beginning of the dispute, through mediation and negotiations and through the trial of the matter.
Your first question to any lawyer you are interviewing should be, “what is your actual, in court, trial experience?” If you don’t ask that question, you run the risk of having a lawyer advise you from a perspective lacking in real life experience.
At the Holmes Firm, you can rest assured that you will have lawyers that not only possess the skill and knowledge to properly advise you, but also the “in the trenches” experience of actual complex trial work. Our lawyers have tried hundreds of cases throughout the United States, in Federal courts, State courts, the United States Court of Claims, the United States Tax Court, and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
A boutique firm, Holmes Firm PC can provide each of its clients with truly hands-on representation. Our attorneys work together as a team on each matter to provide efficient and effective representation, relying on each attorney’s knowledge and experience. If a trial is unavoidable, the Firm’s attorneys have an exceptional record of securing favorable jury verdicts. While it is always the hope of clients and the attorneys at the Firm that a trial would not be necessary, you must always be prepared to step into that courtroom, select a jury and be prepared to try your case to a favorable verdict. Anything short of that puts you in the position of being unprepared and exposed to a very unfavorable outcome.
At Holmes Firm PC, we will candidly assess your dispute and provide you with a realistic assessment of the upside and risks of your particular dispute.