* We are not accepting new cases at this time (except for employer cases and a limited number of unemployment cases); we will remove this notice when we are accepting new cases again
Submit details about your potential case or matter and we can typically respond within 1 to 3 business days. The cost of a 30-minute consultation to evaluate your case will be from $0-249, depending on the type and complexity of the case or matter (for unemployment cases go here for Nevada and here for Utah). The average cost for a consultation in the Las Vegas area for employment law firms is about $200-250.
To do a consultation, you must first submit your information so we have basic details about your case or matter and can verify that no conflicts of interest exist. After that, we’ll respond as soon as we can to let you know whether we can do a consultation and how much the fee will be, if any. Submitting a request here is the best way to get in contact with us rather than by phone.
What Does a Case Evaluation Include?
If we do a consultation, we’ll listen to your story of what’s going on and ask questions to clarify any important details. We’ll then give you a straight-forward assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of your potential case. It doesn’t do either of us any good to pretend your case is better than it isn’t, so we’ll give our honest opinion and if your case is strong enough we’ll let you know whether we can represent you and what pursuing your case would entail.
During the evaluation, you can also ask any questions you might have. We will keep anything we discuss confidential.
By meeting with us, we can’t guarantee we’ll represent you; in fact, we are highly selective in the cases we take because our capacity is limited and we can only take the strongest cases possible. Even if we don’t take your case, you’ll at least have a better idea of whether your case is one worth pursuing with other law firms and what it might take to win.
Let’s Get Started
To request an evaluation, please submit the following:
- Your contact information;
- A description of your case or matter (who, what, when, etc.);
- Any important documents related to your case or matter.
After reviewing your information, we’ll let you know if we can do a consultation to evaluate your case and how much the fee will be, if any. We can then set up an appointment to meet. In some cases, we may first need to ask a few questions to determine whether doing a consultation is worth the time for you and us. If you haven’t heard from us after 2-3 business days, then be sure to check the spam/junk folder in your e-mail and if nothing is there send us an e-mail or give us a call.
Submit your information using the form below, and then submit any documents you might have using the upload function below the form:
Submit Documents Here (only after filling out the form above)
* If for any reason you are unable to submit your information using the form, then you can submit it to email@example.com.
Submitting your information does not create an attorney-client relationship, but we will keep confidential anything you share with us.