Experienced Help for Complex Legal Problems
When you are involved in a legal dispute, it is often hard to know whether to take your case to court or to accept a settlement. Each approach may offer distinct advantages and disadvantages. That’s why it’s important to hire a trial lawyer who has the skill and experience to help you see the situation and your options clearly.
The law firm of Vincent M. Spohn, P.C. represents individuals and businesses in San Francisco, the Napa Valley and throughout Northern California in several areas of legal practice, including business litigation, real estate litigation, employment law and construction disputes.
Call us at 707-927-4923 to find out how we can help you with your legal problem.
Knowing When to Go to Court
At the law firm of Vincent M. Spohn, P.C., we get to know each case inside and out, and we help our clients understand the advantages and disadvantages of going to trial. We’ll show you the strong and weak points of your case and work with you to either obtain a settlement out of court or go to trial to resolve your case.
In California, many legal disputes are handled through mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution. But these processes don’t always resolve every dispute. Other attorneys and clients often refer difficult or problematic cases to us because of our extensive experience and record of results obtained through alternative dispute resolution and litigation.
If you want to bring a claim against someone or need to respond to a claim, we can help clarify the issues and set your mind at ease. You will work directly with an attorney who has over 29 years of experience in employment, real estate, construction and business litigation.
When you need an honest assessment of your case and accurate information regarding your rights and options, you can trust attorney Vince Spohn for answers. Call our offices in Napa today at 707-927-4923 or contact us by e-mail for a consultation. All matters are discussed in an atmosphere of complete confidentiality.