At Herbert M. Hill, P.A., it is our commitment to you to provide diligent and vigorous representation. Your file will be handled in as timely a manner as the circumstances allow. In addition to pushing your case to an early conclusion, your file will always be on the firm’s calendar to ensure that result. All legal theories will be fully explored. All remedies will be pursued.
As your attorneys, we will apply ourselves with vigor and diligence. In addition to meeting those requirements imposed by the Florida Bar, our firm remains current on changing statutory and case law which may impact your legal rights. We will stay up to date in our training in the skills necessary to secure all the rights to which you are entitled.
There is no “cookie cutter” treatment of any client or case. The individual needs of our clients are the immediate focus of attention. While you will find an orderly process of your case and constant communication with you about that process, at all times, your needs will remain the first concern.
As a final note, it is important to emphasize that service to our clients is the primary objective of our firm’s practice of law. While it is understood that we will be compensated for our work, please know that providing service to you, our clients, always comes well ahead of any consideration of remuneration. We have found over many years of practicing law that providing service to our clients in the form of diligent and competent representation must always remain the primary focus and it will be our intent that you find this to be true. A job well done is the true reward.
While you will have routine contact with our assistants, you will be afforded the opportunity to speak with an attorney whenever you believe you need to do so. While not always immediately available, it is our commitment to return all phone calls within 24 hours of receipt, if at all possible. You will be kept posted on all activities. We are available for conferences throughout the course of your case. You will never be treated as an interruption, but, in fact, as the reason for our work.