How Do I Decide What Cases to Take?

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Vincent White, from White, Ricotta & Marks, P.C. discusses what criteria he looks for when deciding if he should take a case. Mr. White explains that he like to look at where the case is and what he could do to help the case. There are some cases that can be too far gone for help, but he like to look at each case and do what he can. Attorney Advertising

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