My practice at Pearce Law, PLLC, focuses on general civil litigation with an... more
My practice at Pearce Law, PLLC, focuses on general civil litigation with an emphasis in real estate, business and contracts. I do transactional work within these areas as well. To best serve my clients, one of the primary focuses of my practice is alternative dispute resolution, facilitation and mediation, having completed the Seminar on Advanced Negotiations at Harvard Law School. Prio... view profile
I am committed to helping my injured clients get through a difficult, and at times,... more
I am committed to helping my injured clients get through a difficult, and at times, an overwhelmingprocess with the least amount of hassle possible. When you are in pain, the last thing you want to deal with are pushy adjusters who are trying to tell you how fast you ought to heal from your injuries, or try to make you feel guilty because their insured caused these problems for you. When dealin... view profile
I provide direct and personal service without gatekeepers who keep you away from... more
I provide direct and personal service without gatekeepers who keep you away from your attorney like in other firms. A small case load so your matter counts. I constantly evaluate the cost-benefit of how to proceed and regularly consult with the client about what works best. One-on-one guidance to a solution that is right for you. I use technology so the Attorney-Client team works better. I... view profile
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