James J Kaeding, Attorney
I provide experienced and skilled legal representation for my clients, and make a commitment to:
LISTEN carefully to your questions, concerns, and goals,
EXPLAIN what your options are, answer your questions, and keep you informed,
COUNSEL you with clear, honest and experience-based advice to help you make decisions,
ADVOCATE FOR YOU to achieve the best possible result in your case,
BRING EXPERIENCE in trial practice and negotiation to your particular problem,
PROVIDE PERSONAL ATTENTION with clearly written fee agreements, prompt return of telephone calls, flexible appointment times and Spanish translation as needed, and
PROTECT the privacy of our work together.
|Education:||College of the Holy Cross|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts 1997|
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