A Real Arizona Trial LawyerPosted on December 4, 2008 in Arizona Law Regarding Business and Real Estate
I have a buddy who is going through a huge legal battle. He is into the case for over $100,000.00 and there is not even a trial date. He is using one of the biggest law firms in Arizona. So what is the problem? The two lawyers who are billing him for every thought they have had over the last year, have never once actually tried a jury trial. The first question you must ask a prospective lawyer when facing a lawsuit in Arizona, is how many cases have you tried? If it is not over 25, then run, do not walk, out of the office. At the Law Firm of William A. Miller in Scottsdale, we exceed 25, most with very good results and a few disappointments. Some of the issues covered under trial work and business law that our firm regularly handles involve:
Breach of contract, Non-compete agreements, Non-disclosure agreements, Employee theft and embezzlement, Insurance purchases and enforcement of policy coverage, Negotiation and/or enforcement of commercial leases, Negligence and gross negligence resulting in losses, Intentional acts causing a company to suffer damages, Tortious interference with contractual relationships, Unjust enrichment, Real Estate fraud, Consumer fraud, Conversion/Theft, Intentional and/or negligent misrepresentation, Business torts and Real estate title & escrow.