You Have A Right to:

  1. To be treated with dignity and respect

  2. To know the names and professional status of the people serving you

  3. To privacy and confidentiality of your records

  4. To receive accurate and prompt information about the progress of your case

  5. To participate in the conference and decision-making process concerning your matter

  6. To information about our billing policy and how your bill is calculated

  7. To take your matter elsewhere when we have not satisfied you

You Have A Responsibility to:

  1. To be honest about your case - What you tell us is protected by ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE

  2. To make available all documents concerning your case - Let us decide what is important and what is not

  3. To ask about anything you don't understand

  4. To keep appointments or cancel ahead of time

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