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The Best Advice for Pending Litigation

You've been hurt and you know you will be bringing a lawsuit. So, what do you do to make sure your actions don't negatively impact the case. In his ongoing series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains the very simple advice to follow.

The Great Equalizer: Contingency Fees

It is no secret that civil attorneys typically work purely on contingency fees. In other words, they only get paid if money is won and the client pays nothing out of pocket. Whatever expenses the cases creates, the attorney is responsible to pay out of his or her pocket. In his ongoing web series "Pulling Back the Curtain," New York City attorney Paul Edelstein explains what this means for the client.

What If I Disagree With My Lawyer’s Judgement?

Listen to Paul Edelstein of The Edelsteins, Faegenburg & Brown LLP discuss what you should do if you disagree with your lawyer's judgement.

How Should I Decide if I Should Settle or When to go to Trial?

Listen to Paul Edelstein of The Edelsteins, Faegenburg & Brown LLP discuss how to decide if you should settle or go to trial.