Paul bought a super computer for his office. The computer does not work right. Paul wants to get his money back. Martha hired a contractor to remodel her office. The contractor did a poor job. Martha doesn’t want to pay for the faulty work. John bought an 18-wheeler but the promised grant money fell through. He blames the seller. None of them knows the law. A multitude of worries plague them. Do I have a valid claim? Will legal time limits block my case? Should I let it go or sue? Would arbitration or mediation work for me? Can I trust a lawyer? How do I know the lawyer is any good? Can I afford a lawyer? Feeling cheated and angry about what happened, they think their emotions might be getting in the way of seeing the truth. They dread the thought of a lawsuit and the costs. A maze of uncertainty stops them from taking action. Sound like you?
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Licensed since 1974
|Adjunct Professor||JFK University Law School||1999 - 2010|
|Lawyer||Law Offices of JAMES GLASSFORD||1987 - Present|
|Partner||Naphan & Glassford||1979 - 1987|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Contra Costa County Bar Association||Member||1975 - Present|
|JFK University Law Review||Three Faces of Bad Faith||2009|
|Golden Gate Univ SOL||N/A||law||N/A|
|U S Military Academy||N/A||undergraduate||N/A|